Bandages – and gloves – are off The Weeknd.
The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, revealed a drastically altered face with exaggerated prosthetics that seemed to mimic severe plastic surgery – which fans believe could have been a dig at his famous ex-wife, Bella Hadid.
“Did Bella Hadid get anything to refer The Weeknd to a plastic surgeon?” , One person chirp. Another wrote: “Is The Weeknd Trying To Look Like BCE Bella Hadid I Can See”.
the third He said, “The Weeknd is definitely hitting Bella Hadid with all of her plastic surgery topics.”
Hadid repeatedly did He denied the plastic surgery rumorsAs did her mother Yolanda Hadid. “None of my kids have ever done fillers or botox or put anything strange in their bodies,” former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star He said to a fan In 2019. “They know better after seeing what I’ve been through.”
In the song “Save Your Tears,” The Weeknd sings, “I saw you dancing in a crowded room / You look so happy when I’m not with you / But then you saw me, I surprised you / One tear drop from an eye.”
In 2019, a few weeks after they broke up again, Hadid and Tesfai take a tour of the Catch One nightclub. She reportedly left the model after her previous appearances, which may have been the incident he referred to in the song.
However, fans are divided over whether “Save Your Tears” is about Hadid or Gomez. Some claim To hear him whisper The last name is in the middle of the song, and I think the woman in the music video is Gomez’s doppelgänger. Coincidentally, Gomez released a song called “Crowded Room” earlier this year.
Whatever the motive, it’s clear The Weeknd is making a statement about Hollywood’s beauty standards.