The Weeknd and Bella Hadid first began dating in 2015. They were Hollywood’s most talked about couple. After their split, The Weeknd was seen with many women but now Bella Hadid is speaking out about Abel dating her friend.

Abel and Bella began dating in 2015. They had an on-off relationship for four years before splitting for good in 2019. The Weeknd and Bella’s friend Simi Khadra were first linked in April 2021. The pair were recently seen together packing on the PDA at The Weeknd’s 32nd birthday on Feb. 19.

Bella Hadid reportedly unfollowed both Abel and Simi on social media soon after finding out they were together in 2021. This fans to wonder what really happened behind-the-scenes. We now know how Bella feels from HollywoodLife’s exclusive source close to Bella.

“Bella is not concerned one way or another who Abel is dating, even if it is an old friend of hers,” an insider said. “Bella knows that he’s been casually dating Simi for a while now and so it’s not really news to her. Was she a bit bothered when she found out? Yeah. A lot of people would be in that situation. But it had nothing to do with jealousy or anything like that.” It seems like Bella is quite undisturbed by the situation although she unfollowed both Abel and Simi from social media.

As for the question if Bella and Simi are still friends, the source said, “Bella just kind of assumed that was girl code and a line you just don’t cross without speaking to your friend about it first,” The source added that Bella really happy with boyfriend Marc Kalman. They mentioned that Bella feels so lucky she finally found a man who suits her so perfectly.

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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