Fans Clown The Weeknd Following Selena Gomez Reference in “Call Out My Name” – Details Here!
The Weeknd is catching a lot of heat from Selena Gomez fans because of the lyrics in his new single “Call Out My Name.” In his newly released album My Dear Melancholy, The Weeknd opens his heart to the world in various songs. But in “Call Out My Name,” he make reference to his relationship with Selena Gomez which ended with her returning back to Justin Bieber. In the song he also makes reference to a time when he was prepared to give her his kidney to save her life; he sings “I said I didn’t feel nothing baby, but I lied / I almost cut a piece of myself for your life,” among other lyrics.
Fans as they tend to do sometimes took to social media and began to clown the star. One post that went viral was a meme of a sad SpongeBob which was captioned “When you almost gave that bitch your kidney.” Another viral meme was created of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez driving caption “Justin: ‘Baby turn up the radio.’ Selena: Turns up radio. The Weekend: ‘I’ll give you my kidney and that way we’ll be tied together forever.’”
Check out some of the more hilarious meme below.
The Weeknd: Wasted times I spent with someone else. She wasn't even half of you.
Bella Hadid: pic.twitter.com/xlGEYOBXUj
— A Tribe Called Jess (@JessRossTheBoss) March 30, 2018
The Weeknd: "Guess I was just another pit stop til you made up ur mind"
inner me: pic.twitter.com/VzfkEqHhkb
— Lil B***p (@ThotBreakKid_xx) March 30, 2018
— daddy🥀💔 (@mynamehollywood) March 30, 2018
Selena gomez right now : pic.twitter.com/uyPR81TZWq
— callmetee🍒♥️ (@teegottemm) March 30, 2018
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