Selena Gomez Instagram post sparked celebrity support and Justin Bieber has been rumored to have supported Selena's post also.
Months after her treatment in the rehab, Selena Gomez is back on social media once again as she started sharing a post with a picture of her fans. Like her inspirational speech in the recently concluded American Music Awards, her post also featured a "strong" Selena who has definitely risen from her struggles.
According to Teen Vogue, Selena Gomez became very emotional in her Instagram post which read as, "My year has been the hardest yet the most rewarding." This captioned the photo of her along with her fans. With this, some of her friends showed their love and support to the pop princess.
One of these celebrities was model Adriana Lima who did not only liked the post but also left a comment. "I see you[r] light, I see your pure heart. I will always send positive energy. You deserve the best. You got my support," the stunning model commented.
Aside from Adriana, Selena's rumored ex, Zedd also liked the post or maybe even commented on it too. The others were Bella Hadid and Lily Aldridge and rumors are rife that Justin Bieber also spared time to like the post.
Justin and Selena are rumored to have rekindled their romance which started when Gomez sought the help of the rehab treatment. It even came to a point wherein the two have been speculated to have tied the knot secretly in a private island but until now, those still remain rumors.
And with the latest speculation that Justin Bieber liked Selena's post on Instagram is likewise a rumor. Though the two have been rumored ot have gotten back together after their controversial split and rift after their breakup, so far, Selena and Justin Bieber have not exchanged conversations in their Instagram accounts.
If Justin indeed liked Selena's post, the fans could have easily and immediately noticed it but nothing of that sort took place.
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber still remain an item up to these times and so far, neither of the two had given their comments on this issue.