Hailey Bieber CANCELLED over Selena Gomez
Hailey Bieber has recently been under fire on social media for allegedly “liking” a negative comment about Selena Gomez, her husband Justin Bieber’s ex-girlfriend.
The drama started when a Selena Gomez fan account posted a screenshot of a comment that Hailey allegedly liked. The comment read, “Selena is better than Hailey tbh.” This led to a flurry of comments and backlash towards Hailey, accusing her of being jealous and petty towards Selena.
Hailey quickly took to Instagram to address the situation, stating that she did not intentionally like the comment and that she has nothing but love and respect for Selena. She also called out the fan account for perpetuating negativity.
This is not the first time that Hailey has been accused of being insensitive towards Selena. When Hailey and Justin first got back together in 2018, Selena released a song called “Lose You to Love Me,” which many fans speculated was about her breakup with Justin. Just a few months later, Hailey posted a screenshot of a song she was listening to on her Instagram story, which happened to be “I’ll Kill You” by Summer Walker. Fans were quick to point out the lyrics, which include the line, “You don’t want no problems, I wish a b*tch would,” and accused Hailey of sending a threatening message to Selena.
The Bigger Picture
While the drama between Hailey and Selena may seem like just another celebrity feud, it highlights a larger issue of women being pitted against each other in the media and on social media. It’s important to remember that these are real people with real feelings and that we should be lifting each other up instead of tearing each other down.
At the end of the day, it’s up to us as individuals to choose kindness and positivity over hate and negativity. Let’s focus on building each other up and supporting one another, rather than tearing each other down. And as for Hailey and Selena, let’s give them the space and respect they deserve to navigate their own personal relationships without the added pressure of public scrutiny.