Justin Bieber Announces New Album; Selena Gomez Fans Trend 'January Belongs To Rare'


Justin Bieber recently announced the dates of his new album. Selena Gomez's fans started accusing the singer of stealing Selena's moment once again.

Written By Jiya Chulet | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Canadian singer Justin Bieber has created a buzz on social media by recently announcing that he would be dropping new music in January. Sharing a picture with the caption "2020" on his social media account with three dates, he revealed that 'something is likely dropping' on December 24, December 31, and January 3. While the announcement has left Justin fans counting down days to the release, it has left Selena Gomez fans angry. 

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The 25-year-old singer is releasing his music around the same time as Selena has planned to release her new album titled, Rare. Selena had announced that she will be taking over January with her new album after releasing two of her songs in October 2019. Her fans have now started accusing Bieber of stealing the spotlight. 


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Fans started trending the hashtag #JanuarybelongstoRare. Many of her fans slammed Justin, whereas, others requested to support and stand by Selena. Here are a few fan reactions:


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