I’m not sure how Justin Bieber can look Selena Gomez in the eye anymore. She had intercourse with the enemy and was handed back like the plot in an episode of a Game Of Thrones spinoff. Ever since Starboy celebrity The Weeknd launched himself into the Pop sensation stratosphere he’s been aiming to steal everything Justin has attained, from the spotlight to streaming sales and even his women. But Gomez has a special place in the heart of the Beib’s mother Pattie Mallette. Which is honestly one of the worst situations a young man can encounter. A woman you’re obligated to love unconditionally being besties with a woman you were trying to get over. I’m willing to bet his mother had something to do with him getting back with Gomez. Justin can do everything but make decisions for himself.
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez may have a rocky on-and-off-again relationship, but his mother, Pattie Mallette, says her relationship with the 25-year-old “Wolves” singer couldn’t be better. “I don’t know so much about their personal relationship because he doesn’t share a whole lot, but I love her,” she told People at the Justice Speaks Holiday Benefit Luncheon in LA on Saturday.
Pattie, who was a keynote speaker at the event, also addressed the reports that her son has rekindled his romance with Selena this year, saying, “I support anything [he does], if he loves her I love her, and I’ve met her and we have a special bond so I think she’s precious. I can’t really speak on their relationship, that’s between them.”
His mom Pattie is probably just a really nice a person. And there aren’t too many other women available in Justin’s league so liking Selena almost comes at a default. It would be a different story if Bieber brought a Kardashian/Jenner home and she enjoyed having them around. Then the world would be able to confirm that Justin’s mother is a delusional woman. But for now since the two are back together Justin can stop loving himself alone in his room with lotion and get back to loving Selena in the sack. Mother approved.
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News / Backgrid USA / Splash News