Read the sexts Justin Bieber sent to Selena Gomez

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. Credit: Getty Images
The on-again, off-again couple of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.
Credit: Getty Images

Justin Bieber likes to send photos of his junk to on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez. The two, who are definitely off right now, had a racy conversation that was leaked on

Radar claims the texts are real. The conversation starts out with Bieber begging Gomez to take him back.

“Baby come on. I love you,” he wrote. But Gomez wasn’t having any of it and told him, “I was honest with you and I gave you a second chance. All my friends were right, You’re such an a—hole.” Bieber persisted, and when Gomez called him a drug addict, he tried a different tactic.

“Come on,” Bieber wrote. “Don’t tell me you don’t miss this,” he sent — with a photo of his erect penis.

When Gomez told him he needs to go to rehab, he responded, “Rehab? F— that!” and sent her another photo of his penis. Oddly enough, the penis pics did not seem to win her over and she wrote back, “Why r u sending these to me. We r done.” She also chided him for letting his friend Lil Za take the fall for drug possession after police raided Bieber’s home and found MDMA and Xanax.

Gomez even hit back that she hopes he gets jail time for throwing eggs at his neighbor’s home, finally inciting Bieber’s anger.

“F— YOU!!!!! I need to grow up?! HA ok! Enjoy life with OUT ME BITCH!!! F— you. F— Scooter. F— all y’all. IAM DONE!” he shot back. When Gomez told him to “Go ‘retire,’” (Bieber keeps hinting retirement), Bieber made it clear he would have the last word.

He responded, “Can’t hear you over my cash, babe! You’re only famous cuz of me. You know it. I know. Everybody knows. Bye … Go f— someone else. Keep that talentless p— away from me!”

Bieber’s camp has denied the texts were his, but Gomez’s reps have stayed quiet. Radar insists the texts have been verified.


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