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The 'Boyfriend' singer also says he trying to stay positive in the wake of the couple's break-up.
Justin Bieber has confirmed his new song 'Nothing Like Us' was written about Selena Gomez and admits he is "not in the happiest place" in the wake of the young couple's split.
The 'Beauty And A Beat' singer's bonus track from new album 'Believe Acoustic' leaked online ahead of the record's release this week, and widespread rumours have linked the song's heartfelt break-up lyrics with his ex-girlfriend Selena.
Justin has also commented on all of the rumours surrounding the couple over the past few months, and claims almost everything has been "fake stories" about their split.
"There's so many rumours. People say I call Selena every day and she won't pick up the phone or I'm chasing her down, and these are all fake stories," Justin revealed to Billboard this month. "I don't go on blogs or anything like that. I hear things. People tell me if something happens on the Internet. It gets back to me, definitely."
When asked about the meaning behind 'Nothing Like Us', and whether the track is actually about Selena, Justin gave an honest answer.
"Because at the end of the day, there's nothing like us, you know?" Justin explained. "That's just it. It is what is it. People are going to relate to that.
"I'm not in the happiest place that I've ever been," the Canadian pop star admitted. "I'm trying to get through what I'm going through. Like I said, I have my really close friends to cheer me up and keep me going."
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber performing on his 'Believe' world tour earlier this month below (Credit: WENN):
Justin's brand new record 'Believe Acoustic' features reworked versions of his album tracks as well as several additional songs including 'I Would' and 'Yellow Raincoat'.
Justin Bieber confirmed over the weekend that he has been filming for a new concert movie based on his current 'Believe' world tour.