Hailey Bieber must love going through her phone because the latest posts she shared are both a blast from the past and a breath of fresh air on her social media. The 24-year-old model and wife to famous pop-star Justin Bieber has excelled on social media, smoothly integrating herself into the limelight stardom that is pop-culture.
Stealing the heart of the man who practically ruled the music industry in his teenage years, Hailey has become a fan-favorite face whose name frequently makes headlines in the media tabloids.
Her latest photos are perfect examples of why that is.
No Pants, But Fans Are Panting
Hailey can be seen wearing a variety of different outfits (or lack of clothing for that matter) which continue to impress her fans. (At this point she has over 33 million followers on Instagram alone) In a matter of hours, her account has flooded with comments from fans who think her new photos (or throwback photos shared) are simply gorgeous.
In several shots she can be seen wearing little more than a shirt and underwear as her body lies strewn across an infinite sea of silky sheets.
Here is but a taste of the number of comments that have been left on her new scanty-clad photos including her latest video:
“QUEEN! you just decided to bless us all huh” (Commentator) “Coolest girl” (Commentator) “Glow skin and carbohydrates, I’m into it ❤️?❤️” (Commentator) “Omg stunning honey” (Commentator) “
love these pictures so much!” (Commentator) “Same-same 100% mood. X” (Commentator) “How do u make the streets look ?” (Commentator) “Love this vintage style video feel. ???” (Commentator) “THERE SHE IS!!!! Lookin like a million bucks!!!!! ❤️” (Commentator)
Hailey hasn’t always been the peachy bombshell that she is today. She has experienced the kind of toxic behavior that runs rampant on social media from people who just want to be mean to other people. She shared that she doesn’t understand that kind of behavior and that she doesn’t approve of “cancel culture” which isn’t fair to anyone.
“I’ve had to work a lot of this through with a therapist, because it had got to a point where they’d [the bullies] gotten way too crazy for me, and I was really anxious all the time. The thing that bothers me the most is that a lot of people online really want me to be a not-nice person. They expect me to be mean and they call me a b**ch”
‘You Don’t Know Me’
She went on to say that people don’t seem to want to give her the benefit of the doubt, or any patience to see her improve her life. Hailey said that this behavior is incredibly shallow.
“You’ve never even met me in person, you don’t know me. I’m open about the fact that I’m still growing as a person. I wish people were more open to the idea of letting people learn, grow, make mistakes and move on. But we live in this cancel culture where people consistently say, “You did this, so you’re canceled.” It’s a very, very toxic mentality.”