Hailey Bieber haters should cease, according to Selena Gomez. Selena Gomez is once again asking people to be kinder to Hailey Bieber. The singer and actress posted a note to her Instagram Story portion of her verified social media account on Friday, writing “Hailey Bieber reached out to me and let me know that she has been receiving death threats and such hateful negativity.”
“This isn’t what I stand for,” Gomez’s note reads. “No one should have to experience hate or bullying. I’ve always advocated for kindness and really want this all to stop.”
All of this comes a month after social media was buzzing with speculation that Bieber and her friend Kylie Jenner were making reference to Gomez in a series of social media posts.
Hailey Bieber is married to Gomez’s ex boyfriend, singer Justin Bieber, and their fan bases are often pitted against each other.
Last September, Hailey Bieber spoke out on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast about hate she’s received from some Gomez fans since she and her husband first got engaged. Gomez later said on TikTok “It’s not fair because no one should ever be spoken to in the manner that I’ve seen.”
A few weeks later the two women posed together at the annual Academy Museum Gala held in Los Angeles.
Hailey Bieber is finally telling fans what led to her hospitalization in March.
The model, who is married to musician Justin Bieber, posted a video to her YouTube channel on Wednesday explaining that she experienced stroke-like symptoms from a blood clot that traveled from a hole in her heart to her brain.
She said that while she was having breakfast with her husband, she began having troubling with her speech and was experiencing numbness in her fingertips. “It was definitely the scariest moment of my life,” she said.
Bieber said that tests revealed that she had a transient ischemic attack, also known as a mini-stroke.
After undergoing tests at UCLA, doctors told her that she had a patent foramen ovale (PFO), which is a small opening between the two upper chambers of the heart, the right and the left atrium, which is what led to the blood clot traveling from her heart to her brain.
She was hospitalized again to have a procedure done to close the hole, which she says was between 12 and 13 millimeters.
“The biggest thing I feel is I just feel really relieved that we were able to figure everything out, that we were able to get it closed,” she said. “That I will be able to just move on from this really scary situation and just live my life.”