Hailey Baldwin Called Out 'Kids' On The Internet Who Say She's 'Second Best' To Selena Gomez

Good for Hailey TBH.
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Both Justin and Hailey recently took to Instagram to vent some frustrations about the public at large/Justin's fans/the media, and thankfully, someone got the receipts.

Here's part one: Justin noticed a headline from a tabloid that said, "Justin Beiber WALKS OUT on Hailey Baldwin Who Is Allegedly Pregnant." Obviously, he didn't love that, so he posted it on his Instagram Story saying, "How are you gonna spell my name wrong after all these years?? Haha," which, LOL.

Apparently, in that video, fans were able to tell that the link for Selena Gomez's "Taki Taki" video was on his iPad, so naturally, they called him out for that. Is he not allowed to listen to that song or something? Apparently, people think not! Here's how he responded:

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SHUT DOWN. Okay, so while he was over fighting that internet battle, Hailey posted these messages to her Stories, which she swiftly deleted:

"You little internet kiddos need to learn how to move on for real. We're adults that have better things to do than waste time explaining something just so you can stop your delusional fantasies. I'm not gonna sit here and let obsessive strangers try to tell me about my own husband, you wanna talk about somebodies [sic] husband then get ur own. G'night!!" she wrote.

Here's the second one, "Just a reminder: none of us have this thing called life figured out."

And for the third, she quoted Amy Poehler, who said in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, "Women are constantly criticized for being too emotional. Can we be allowed to be as messy, as all over the place, as inconsistent and mediocre as men? Do we have to always be patient, special, nurturing, adaptable?" Okay, all valid points.

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These seem to be in response to some hate Hailey got on a recent pic of she posted of her and Justin. People essentially swarmed the comments to say that their relationship was "fake" and "forced," and one troll even went as far as to say she is "second best" to Bieber's ex Selena, which, WTF???? So Hailey's response is totally valid, TBH, because that is rude.

Overall, this is a LOT to process. So Justin's 1) calling out publications, 2) calling out fans, and Hailey's 3) calling out fans, for understandable reasons. Justin, Hailey, you good??

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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.

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