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    Marshmello’s latest cover art is being roasted on Twitter and we can see why

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    Helmet-wearing EDM upstart Marshmello has been teasing his collaboration with US pop star Selena Gomez for many months now.

    The track — titled ‘Wolves’ — will finally drop sometime today, and yesterday Gomez gave fans a bit of inside skinny by revealing some of the lyrics and the track’s cover art.

    But instead of whipping up hype, Marsh and Gomez suddenly found themselves on the receiving end of an almighty internet roast, due to the fact the artwork is hilariously terrible.

    Here it is, in all its glory:

    I’ve been running through the jungle, I’ve been crying with the wolves… 10.25

    A post shared by Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) on

    Yep, it’s… not great.

    Unsurprisingly, the reaction on Twitter was swift and merciless:

    Despite all the roasting being thrown around, Marshmello didn’t seem too worried about it all:

    The post Marshmello’s latest cover art is being roasted on Twitter and we can see why appeared first on inthemix.

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