It looks like Charlie Puth has resloved the differences between him and Justin Bieber. The 25-year-old singer has assured fans that there are no hard feelings between himself and Justin after Charlie shouted, “F**k you, Justin,” during a performance of “We Don’t Talk Anymore” at his Dallas show last year.
Speaking to “Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton”, Charlie opened up about the infamous incident, saying that his emotion might be the one which made him do that. “I have to put every ounce of my emotion into the song for me to get up on stage and perform it wherever I am,” he stated. “There might have been a lot of emotion that night, a lot of thoughts going through my head.”
Charlie Puth had said that he regretted doing that onstage, adding that it wasn’t fair to Justin. “Maybe I shouldn’t have said that. It’s not really fair to him,” he continued. “But I think we’ve come cross each other since then and he posted that he liked my song, ‘Attention’, on Instagram. So we are good. There’s been a handshake.”
However, since the drama between him and Justin, he has lost contact with Selena Gomez, who is featured in “We Don’t Talk Anymore”. Despite that, he said that he’s still very fond of her and has been keeping up with her recent health troubles.
“I was friends with her,” he said. “I haven’t talked to her recently, I know she just went through kidney transplant. That must be grueling. I haven’t talked to her in a really long time, but she seems very happy. I just want her to be very, very happy.”
Charlie, who is rumored to be dating Danielle Campbell, previously took to Twitter to assure Beliebers that his comment was intended as a joke. He later deleted the tweet, though. “What I said at the concert last night about Justin was meant to be a joke,” he wrote