Hailey Bieber shuts down Justin Bieber-Selena Gomez drama

Hailey Bieber spent most of her interview on the Call Her Daddy podcast talking about her husband, Justin Bieber, who became a YouTube sensation and global pop star.

But she totally understands that.

“I think even for starters — even if I’m talking about him or our relationship — people are going to take that and say, ‘All she ever talks about is her relationship with him,'” the 25-year-old told the host Alex Cooper during the episode which premiered Wednesday.

“I just think, well, we’re married and he’s a big part of my life and obviously people are very interested in our life together and he’s a huge public figure. It’s a bit unavoidable sometimes. I’m trying, you know, to have my own thing, but it’s like our lives are completely intertwined.”

The influencer (born Hailey Baldwin), daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin and niece of Alec Baldwin, has known Bieber since 2009 and the two have been somewhat linked since their 2014 relationship in a 2016 issue of GQ after dating briefly Reality star Kourtney Kardashian had been dating and making headlines almost daily for his on-off romance with singer-actress Selena Gomez.

The Rhode skincare founder and maker of the viral $17 Erewhon smoothie addressed the internet furore about her relationship with the Grammy winner, which peaked when they got engaged in 2018 when she was just 21 and he was 24 was years old. She thinks a lot of the hatred they got had to do with their age, and even she “personally never thought” she’d get married so young. (The couple tied the knot in a series of ceremonies in 2018 and 2019.)

Bieber said she understands the timing seemed “very quick and very quick” from the outside and that it could be interpreted as “really drastic and really crazy.” But their union “felt right for both of us at the time,” and it still does. “By the time I was 18, I knew 100% that this was my husband,” she said.

The model also addressed the perceived overlap her relationship with Bieber seemed to have with “Jelena,” the term for Bieber’s lengthy and high-profile romance with Rare Beauty founder Gomez from 2010 to 2017.

Gomez fans have long held the opinion that the Biebers were dating while the “Yummy” singer and Gomez rekindled their relationship in 2017. Some even launched a campaign in December 2020 to troll Bieber’s live Instagram sessions with negative comments. But the model tried to put an end to the clashing rumors on “Call Her Daddy.” (Not surprisingly, critics are already after her for speaking out on the topic just before Gomez premiered her documentary, My Mind and Me, and after the actor endured numerous health issues and “certain abuse” during he was dating the pop star.)

“Given the timeline of where he was before we got back together and what was going on, a lot just happened. But I will also say that the only people who really know the truth about the situation, what the timeline really was, how it happened and how it unfolded is him and me,” Bieber said.

“Perception is a really tricky thing, because when you look at something from the outside, you can see it in a way, even though it may not really be the reality of what happened behind closed doors,” she continued. “And that’s a big challenge I think when you’re someone who’s in the spotlight or famous that I know how we got to where we got, period … I just know how it happened.” . I was there and I lived it every day. So there’s just, yeah, there’s a lot I can understand why people were like, ‘What’s up? Like that seems crazy.’”

Cooper cut to the chase, noting that her husband had been “in a very public relationship” with the Only Murders in the Building star since they were kids and that “people were obsessed with the idea.”

“People were confused by the timeline you’re talking about, ‘Is she a house demolitionist?'” Cooper said. “I guess my question is Hailey, have you ever been romantic with Justin at the same time as her?”

“No. Not once,” Bieber assured. “Once he and I started hanging out like — OK, let’s put it this way: When he and I ever started dating or liked anything, at no point was he.” ever been in a relationship. I never would. It’s not in my nature to disrupt someone’s relationship. I just would never do that. I was raised better. I’m not interested in doing that and I never was. ”

“I think there are situations where you can still go back and forth with someone, but even that wasn’t the situation,” she added.

“As I can tell, period, up close, I’ve never been with him when he was in a relationship with anyone. This is the end. And I’ve been with him since I was 18. The timeline I think at times is also in question how we get together and get engaged and he’s been spending time with his ex before – that’s so crazy, I’ve literally never talked about it – I get back how it’s from looks on the outside and there’s a lot of perception, but that was a situation where I know for a fact that closing that door was the right thing for them to do.

Bieber, who said she felt anxiety and discomfort during this portion of the interview, reiterated that her husband and Gomez were “not in a relationship at the time,” and acknowledged their “very long history,” before claiming she was speak for yourself and not on behalf of either Bieber or Gomez.

However, she said that Bieber and their engagement and marriage was “the best thing that could have happened to him to move on.”

“And I’m having a hard time speaking out about it because I don’t want to speak for either of them again because it was their relationship and I honestly respect that a lot, but I just know what was going on when we got back together.” . And I know what had to happen for this to come back together in a healthy way. And I think it was the healthiest mature decision he could have made, and I respect that,” Bieber said.

“As a woman, I would never want to get into a relationship with someone and be engaged to them and marry them and think in the back of my mind, ‘I wonder if that was really closed to you.’ And how, and I know for a fact that the reason we were able to get back together was because it was pretty much completely shut down. And that is respectful to me.”

Bieber also started tearing up, saying she gets nervous raising the issue because she doesn’t “want to stir anything up or address something that’s going to be like a thing.” She said she still gets a lot of hate from ardent Beliebers, which is fueled by rumors she “stole” it.

“I guess maybe it just comes from the fact that they wished he had ended up with someone else. And that’s okay. Like you could wish for anything you want, but that’s just not the case,” she said.

She also said that she and Gomez have spoken since and “it’s all respect” and love between them, there’s “no drama personally” and Gomez “owes me nothing.”

Bieber had many wholesome words for her husband, who suffered from partial facial paralysis earlier this year, including calling him her best friend and saying that “there’s nothing like being with the person who makes you smile.” “. (She also called him af-boy before going back to explain that his viral antics and public acting were due to him being hurt inside.)

“He’s overcome so many different things in his life, being famous at such a young age, and the fact that he’s normal the way he is, he’s literally … a perfectly normal, normal guy – I guarantee you someone will take that.” and they like f – chop it up and make it sound like I said something else – but I’ve known him for a very long time. We’ve been friends for a long time before anything else and I just love him,” she said.

“He’s like that too, he just has the kindest, sweetest, gentlest heart and soul to me. And I’ve always thought that about him. Obviously he’s gone through periods in his life where he was, you know, a little off.

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/music/story/2022-09-28/hailey-bieber-justin-bieber-selena-gomez Hailey Bieber shuts down Justin Bieber-Selena Gomez drama

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