AceShowbiz - The Weeknd has continued the promotion for his highly-anticipated album "After Hours". On Tuesday, February 18, the Canadian star unleashed the title track off the album that got fans speculating whether he is singing about his ex-girlfriend Bella Hadid.
The song finds The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, addressing a relationship that ended in heartbreak and expressing how he desires a reconciliation. "Sorry that I broke your heart, your heart/ I said, baby/ I'll treat you better than I did before/ I'll hold you down and not let you go/ This time, I won't break your heart," he sings in the chorus.
Elsewhere on the song, The Weeknd also admits to hoping to start a family with his former lover should they ever get back. "I won't just leave/ This time, I'll never leave," he rhymes. "I wanna share babies/ Protection, we won't need."
Considering his recent split from Bella, many were convinced that "After Hours" is about the Victoria's Secret model. "Bella heading to Abel's place after hearing after hours," someone said along with a video of a child riding a motorbike in a high speed. Meanwhile, one other believed that the exes would get back together after listening to the song.
"After Hours is literally an apology letter to Bella Hadid," another wrote, as a fourth individual begged the sister of Gigi Hadid to "go back to Abel after hours is making me cry." One more person still wasn't sure and asked, "Okay but the real question must be asked..... is After Hours about Miss Bella Hadid."
The Weeknd has yet to respond to the speculation.
"After Hours" is the third promotional song for his upcoming album, following "Heartless" and "Blinding Lights". It is set to hit the stores on March 20.