Selena Gomez Moving On From Justin Bieber, Looking For A Much Older Man To Treat Her Right

Selena Gomez Moving On From Justin Bieber, Looking For A Much Older Man To Treat Her Right

Selena Gomez is moving on from dating young, immature boys like Justin Bieber and is said to have been looking for someone more mature and older than her that can take control in a relationship and act his own age. The former Disney starlet was far from impressed when she found out her beau had been cheating on her with several girls while enjoying weekends away with friends as they smoked their dozens of blunts… a.k.a weed!

The 20-year old feels lonely by herself now that Justin isn’t around anymore, they dated for two years and their relationship was great at times, but they were definitely overshadowed by the bad times, and Bieber has no plans on changing his ways so Selena has no choice but to move on. She is said to be looking for someone new, a man that knows what he wants in a romance.

“Selena is looking to date an older man this time,” a pal had told RadarOnline“She finally realized how toxic it was to date a toddler like Justin. Selena is doing really well and feels like a weight has been lifted off her shoulders now that Justin is out of the picture,” the source said. “She finds Justin to be embarrassing since their breakup. He’s turned into exactly the kind of person she’d never want to be with.”

According to sources, Selena couldn’t take dealing with Justin’s problem anymore — as soon as the scandal came out that he cheated on her in December, it was over! Since her break-up she hasn’t looked back since; she’s gearing up to do more promotion for her newest movie, Spring Breakers, while she hopes she’ll eventually fall in love again — just not with a boy younger than her.

“For now Selena isn’t concerned one bit with Justin’s boyish antics. It’s the last thing she cares about,” the pal said. “Her sights are set on a much more mature man who won’t embarrass her or cause childish fights for no reason.”

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