Justin Bieber


Justin Bieber has a new song.

The 20-year-old pop star released his latest track titled "Hard 2 Face Reality" earlier today and it has some fans wondering if the tune is about his relationship with ex Selena Gomez.

"Sometimes it's hard to face reality/ Even though you might get mad at me," the Biebs croons in the slow jam. "Don't be afraid to stand alone/ Don't be afraid to stand outside the door alone/ I know it's hard away from home/ It ain't easy all alone."

Bieber announced the song on Twitter, writing, "A new song with @poobear is on my official page #Hard2FaceReality."

Justin Bieber, Instagram


Meanwhile, Bieber was in NYC over the weekend. He shared an Instagram photo from Central Park, writing, "Was gonna wait to go to Central Park for when I proposed to my future wife but s--t sometimes things change. I'll think of something more romantic."

He also shared a pic of him surrounded by fans with the supportive message, "when people try and break u I got your back, just like you got mine."

And in good legal news for the Biebs, Bieber's bodyguard Hugo Hesny has scored a small victory in the assault case against him by plaintiff Jeffrey Binion. A Florida judge rejected Binion's attempt to seek punitive damages from Hesny.

Hesny's Miami attorney, Elias R Hilal, tells E! News in a statement, "This was a big win for us because we can now focus on this one isolated incident as opposed to having the public distracted by allegations of other incidents. This will prevent the plaintiff from turning this case into the circus show that they were trying to make it. If the court would have allowed the plaintiff to seek punitive damages the defendant's personal finances, which are completely irrelevant, would have been made available to the plaintiff, thus attempting to potentially extort the parties into a settlement as opposed to winning on the merits."

—Reporting by Senta Scarborough

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