So done. Hailey Baldwin shared her thoughts on fans and followers who fixate on her husband, Justin Bieber, and his past relationship with Selena Gomez on social media — and it’s clear she’s over the comparisons.
“You little internet kiddos need to learn how to move on for real,” the 22-year-old model wrote in a now-deleted Instagram Story posted on April 25, referring the backlash her 25-year-old hubby received for his browser history. A video of his ex Selena, 26, performing at Coachella 2019 was spotted in the singer’s Instagram Story earlier that day.
Check out Justin Bieber’s comments about his Instagram Story that he posted earlier today: pic.twitter.com/UxZPmMzutV
— Justin Bieber Crew (@JBCrewdotcom) April 26, 2019
“It came up after my wife and I were [watching] my Coachella performance hers played right after mine because it’s in the related thing don’t [sic] glad she did Coachella too it’s great,” he wrote in an Instagram comment screencapped by a fan account. “I have [nothing] to hide I don’t know it was there I didn’t think twice and still don’t [cause] have [nothing] to hide.”
After ripping himself for his shoddy spelling, he continued, “What I meant to say is that video of Selena singing “Taki Taki” came up after my wife and I watched my Coachella performance,” he said. “Obviously she’s gonna be in the related category, it [literally] was the next video that played … to fans and people who think I’m maliciously trying to start shit grow up.”
The video was spotted amongst Justin’s history while he was calling out a headline that alleged his wife was pregnant and about to be a single mom — but some fans had hawk eyes and brought the focus elsewhere.
In a final comment, the Canadian crooner was pretty clear about his feelings towards the narratives about his life that aren’t true. “People have their own fantasys [sic] about how they think my life should go and make up all of these theories and use their imagination too much,” he wrote. “This ends here will never re-engage with this but had to set the record straight once and for all. We are adults [we’re] not playing games. There always gonna be something.”