Did Bieber Yell at His Wife Hailey in Public? Here’s all you need to know
Canadian star vocalist Justin Bieber draws public ire after a clip went viral in which the 27-year-old star can be seen yelling at his wife, Hailey Bieber.
As the footage triggered some of his critics, while a number of fans also came to rescue the Changes star claiming that the whole matter is a misunderstanding and hyped with doctored facts.
International media reported that the incident took place during the duo’s stay in Vegas where Bieber performed at the new Delilah nightclub and taking a stroll to the outside the hotel lobby.
The clip which many find disturbing shows the star singer vigorously talking next to his wife. Some of the fans and even critics mentioned that he looks loaded with adrenaline after the performance and was sharing all of it with his better half.
Here is the clip that sparked the recent controversy.
As some took a jibe, others stated that the clip is moments after Bieber performed at the launch of Kendall Jenner‘s new tequila brand 818 Tequila. A user claimed that he and his friends were behind him the whole time, and JB was in the best mood and was telling her a story with an anecdote.
Soon after all the trolling and media coverage, Hailey took to her verified Instagram where she lambasted all for spreading rumors without reporting the facts.
“Reminiscing on how amazing last weekend was, had the best time surrounded by so much love. Any other narrative floating around is beyond false. Don’t feed into the negative bullshit peeps”, she wrote on the Instagram story beside a kissing picture.
However, she didn’t disclose further details about the speculation involving her husband, it seems to be in response to a since-deleted TikTok video that recently surfaced.
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