Hailey Bieber has taken to her Instagram Stories to urge her fans to stop leaving “nasty comments” on Selena Gomez’s posts amid their ongoing feud. The model stated that she does not support or condone hateful, mean, or nasty comments and that leaving such comments is not supporting her.
She emphasized the importance of being kind and urged her fans to “be nice or don’t say anything.” Bieber’s post comes after haters filled the comments section of Gomez’s latest post with hateful remarks, with some accusing Bieber of being “jealous” of her and her husband, Justin Bieber, who is also Gomez’s ex.
Hailey Bieber asks fans to stop leaving ‘nasty comments’ on Selena Gomez’s posts
Their beef was reignited earlier this year when Hailey made a TikTok, saying, “I’m not saying she deserved it, but God’s timing is always right” after Gomez was body-shamed. Fans also accused the Rhode founder and her pal Kylie Jenner of poking fun at the “Calm Down” singer’s eyebrows.
Several other commentators also left pig, snake, and vomiting emojis. In March, Gomez had to urge her own fans to stop sending “death threats” to the model online. Gomez dated Justin, 29, on and off for nearly eight years before they broke up for good in 2018. Months after their split, Justin proposed to Hailey, and they were married later that year.
Hailey Bieber urged her fans to stop leaving “nasty comments” under Selena Gomez’s posts amid their ongoing feud.
“If you’re leaving mean or rude comments on my behalf on anyone’s posts, just know that I don’t want that, nor do I ever or will I ever support or condone hateful, mean, or nasty comments,” the model wrote on her Instagram Stories Monday.
The Rhode founder, 26, continued, “Doing that is not supporting me. If you are participating in that you are a part of a culture that I want no part of.
“Please be nice or don’t say anything.”
Bieber’s post comes days after haters filled the comments section of the “Only Murders in the Buildings” star’s latest post with hateful remarks.
Many accused her of being “jealous” of Hailey and her husband, Justin Bieber, who also happens to be Gomez’s ex.
“Be ashamed of yourself caused all the senseless drama only for some clout. Pathetic,” one troll wrote, while another called Gomez a “master of manipulation.”
“Stop playing victim, it is disgustin (sic), you are 30! grow up,” another social media user added.
Several other commentators also left pig, snake and vomiting emojis.
In March, Gomez, 30, had to urge her own fans to stop sending “death threats” to the model online.
“Hailey Bieber reached out to me and let me know that she has been receiving death threats and such hateful negativity,” the “Calm Down” singer wrote in an Instagram Story statement in March.
Gomez — who dated Justin, 29, on and off for nearly eight years before they broke up for good in 2018 — added that “no one” should experience “hate or bullying” and she doesn’t “stand for” it.
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“I’ve always advocated for kindness and really want this all to stop,” she concluded.
At the time, Hailey had been getting bombarded with hateful messages amid her rumored beef with the Rare Beauty founder, which sparked back up earlier this year.
Many believed that Hailey shaded Gomez — who had been body-shamed for wearing a bathing suit while on vacation — in a now-deleted video where she mouthed the words to a viral audio clip that stated, “I’m not saying she deserved it, but God’s timing is always right.”
After the “Love You Like a Love Song” singer caught wind of the video from fan accounts, she commented on one TikTok video, “It’s ok! I don’t let these things get me down! Be nice to everyone! x.”
At the time, Hailey denied that the audio was aimed at Gomez.
To make matters worse, Hailey and her close pal Kylie Jenner were then accused of mocking Gomez’s eyebrow trouble.
Fans also shared unfounded theories that Hailey was copying the “Wizards of Waverly Place” alum’s life.