Selena Gomez Flaunts ‘B’ Ring On Wedding Finger Amid Dating Benny Blanco

Selena Gomez On The Road To Getting Married?!

Gomez intensified the dating stories by flaunting a diamond ring wrapped around her perfectly wedding ring finger on her social media. The jewelry featured a letter B, seemingly representing Blanco’s name, and came in a serpent style with a little diamond stone occupying the lower section.

Gomez’s latest stunt comes after she affirmed the shocking rumor by writing “Facts” in the comment section of a gossip account that hinted that the “Neon Lights” singer is dating the producer.

The post was uploaded on December 4, and featured some slides where Gomez might have hinted at the relationship in the past, including a clip of her admitting she has a crush on someone during an episode of her show, “Selena + Chef: Home for the Holidays.”

Gomez also gave a shout-out to Blanco’s cookbook, saying, “One of my favs releasing a cookbook.” She, however, didn’t stop at her first remarks as she went to the comment section under one of her fan pages, stating that Blano is “my absolute everything in my heart.”

Gomez sure had her hands full and proceeded to check fans who had reservations about her relationship with the “East Side” producer, calling him “the best thing that ever happened” to her.

“lol yeah, and he’s still better than anyone I’ve ever been with. Facts. I don’t understand. If you actually care about me. This is my happiest. If you don’t feel free to say whatever you want. But I will never allow your words to guide my life. Ever. I’m done. if you can’t accept me at my happiest, then don’t be in [my] life at all.” the actress wrote in her clap back to the haters.

All About Benny Blanco

Aside from being Gomez’s new man, Blanco has created a name for himself in the music industry while grabbing a few awards on the way, including five BMI Songwriter of the Year Awards and the 2017 iHeartRadio Producer of the Year Award.

The award-winning producer, whose real name is Benjamin Joseph Levin, was born in Reston, Vancouver, in March 1988. Blanco confirmed to the New York Times in 2018 that his father, Andrew Mark Levin, ran an “intimate apparel business” while his mother, Sandra Beth Levin, worked in assisted living.