XO and the Angel: The History of Bella Hadid and The Weeknd

Here’s the entire on-again, off-again (and on-again, and off-again) history of the relationship between the Starboy and the Angel.

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42 thoughts on “XO and the Angel: The History of Bella Hadid and The Weeknd

  1. This comment section goes to show the DISGUSTING superiority complex of nothing but UNEDUCATEDLY ignorant nation called Americans that speak before thinking "because we live in the land of the free" 😂😭🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ I had to LITERALLY go to every single comment and copy paste what these entitled guys were too lethargic and mentally HANDICAPPED to simply deduct by what should be COMMON KNOWLEDGE: English deviates STRONGLY from standardised Latin alphabet pronunciation. Further deduction: 99% of world languages pronounce it CORRECTLY, this one literal "bastard" language English does not, because it really is fucked up by some French and Vikings that were analphabet and thus couldn't read their own writing 🤫😋

  2. Jesus trying to keep up with them is a lot of work. But since I'm a ABELLA supporter I have no choice but to read and hear about what they doin I'm too much ik😂😂😂😂

  3. Trash history and trash couple because weekend is a player man weekend not stay with Bella I feel sorry for Bella she waste time on weekend for nothing when weekend find a true love he left Bella

  4. A lot of people are surprised for how she pronounced his name. But I really appreciate the lady … it shows me that she did her homework and gave it a lot of thought. His name is pronounced the exact same way she said it. He’s Ethiopian and that’s how it’s pronounced in Ethiopia.

  5. Omg PEOPLE IT'S AHBEL WITH (one syllable) not ABLE THAT'S NOT THE ORIGINAL WAY TO SAY IT. His close family and friends would call him that, it's the habesha way to say it.

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