Selena Gomez

UPDATE: A source in Selena's camp tells E! News the song "Rule the World" was not "released" by Selena and was somehow leaked. The source also says this is not her first single on the new album. The first single is called "Come and Get It" and will be released in April. 

Safe to say Selena Gomez is on top after her split from Justin Bieber.

In addition to her hot new flick Spring Breakers, the 20-year-old brunette beauty has not only been looking fierce as of late, but she just released her sexy new single "Rule the World." 

Though the catchy pop tune is a sure-to-be Selena hit, we can't help but focus on the lyrics, which seemingly diss her former beau, who has been having a bit of a rough month after the twosome's roller-coaster breakup

Case in point? The lyrics refer to a "lonely" girl who's "tired of the things you never said," and she plans to "forget forever" the broken relationship she once had.

Here's another sample of the song so you can decide for yourself (stop reading now, Jelena lovers): 

"Our love was made to rule the world/You came and broke the perfect girl/You left me wanting what we were…I know I know I know we can pretend/Though we were never lovers in the end/I try to tell myself this pain would go away/Just go away."

This isn't Selena's first supposed Bieber diss as of late. She also posted a dance video to YouTube Sunday in which she and four girlfriends strut to the song "Everybody Knows"—featuring the telling lyric "Everybody knows...your boyfriend is a douchebag." 

Meanwhile, Justin is facing some serious backlash after causing a stir at his 19th birthday celebration, arriving late to his London concert and even canceling a performance in Portugal, to name just a few of his recent antics

Hey, we're not keeping score, but if we were...just sayin'. 

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