Many fans assumed there was beef between them as they both dated The Weeknd.
But Bella Hadid proved there is nothing but support between she and Selena Gomez.
The 21-year-old model made waves as she liked a photo of the 25-year-old Fetish hitmaker posted by her modeling agency IMG on Instagram on Monday.
The social media drama began when Selena began dating Bella's Ex The Weekend - real name Abel Tesfaye - so the sister of Gigi responded by unfollowing Selena on Instagram.
The Spring Breakers star and Starboy hitmaker then unfollowed Hadid as they seemingly cut all social media ties to each other.
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Last month Selena and The Weeknd had split and the Canadian singer unfollowed the former Disney star and her friends and family. The two had been dating for ten months up to that point.
Selena - who appears to be back with ex Justin Bieber - then unfollowed him back.
Funny enough the Bad Liar singer has yet to refollow Bieber since their reconciliation.
Justin and Selena's reconciliation may not be the only one on the horizon as The Weekend was spotted leaving Bella's apartment in New York City Last week.
'He is talking to Bella a lot and they’ve hung out too,' an insider for People said. 'They are not back together. There are still feelings though. Abel never stopped loving Bella.'
This comes just a day after sources close to the Canadian rapper told E! he 'loves her still' and feels 'they will always have a real connection.'
The singer, songwriter and record producer was seen leaving the model's New York apartment late on Tuesday night before sprinting to a waiting car.
Bending as if to avoid being seen, he had his cellphone clamped to his ear the whole time.
He and the 21-year-old model began dating in early 2015 but took a break in December of that same year, spending the holidays apart.
They got back together soon after and made their red carpet debut as a couple in February 2016 at the Grammy Awards.
However, it seemed they had split for good by November - but that may not be the case now.
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