Charli XCX Wrote Selena Gomez A Song Called “Bad Girlfriend”

Mike Wass | May 1, 2017 12:57 pm
Kygo & Selena Gomez's "It Ain't Me" Video
Kygo and Selena Gomez's "It Ain't Me" video is a near-death experience.

According to the not-entirely-reliable UK tabloids, Charli XCX has penned a song for Selena Gomez called “Bad Girlfriend.” Apparently, it’s about how women take the blame for things going wrong in a relationship and is heralded as a Justin Bieber diss track. They even provide some of the lyrics. “I know I’m not there for you or there when you call,” the 24-year-old reportedly sings. “I’m a bad girlfriend, I’m a bad girlfriend.” In many ways, it sounds like a sequel to “Same Old Love,” which the Brit wrote for Revival.

This could also be a case of mistaken identity. I know Selena has recorded a similarly-titled song for SG2, so The Sun could have their wires crossed on this one. Or maybe, the pop diva is just getting everything off her chest this time around. While we wait for new music to drop, Sel’s collaboration with Kygo, “It Ain’t Me,” passes a couple of milestones this week. It has now been streamed more than 300 million times on Spotify and is expected to crash into the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100.

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