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Hailey Bieber Sets Justin Bieber Dating Timeline Straight, Denies Being A 'Home-Wrecker'

Hailey Bieber Sets Justin Bieber Dating Timeline Straight
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Hailey Bieber just set the record straight on the timeline of her relationship with Justin Bieber in a new episode of Call Her Daddy and addressed claims that she was a “home-wrecker” who “stole” him from Selena Gomez.

In response to being asked, “Were you ever with Justin romantically at the same time as her?” Hailey said, “No. Not one time. When him and I started hanging out, like, okay. Let’s just put it this way: When him and I ever started hooking up or anything of that sort, he was not ever in a relationship, ever, at any point. It’s not my character to mess with someone’s relationship. I would just never do that. I was raised better than that. I’m not interested in doing that and I never was.”

She emphasized the point with, “I can say period point-blank I was never with him when he was in a relationship with anybody. That’s the end of it.”


“I understand how it looks from the outside and there’s a lot of perception there,” Hailey continued. “But that was a situation where I know for a fact that it was the right thing for them to close that door. They were not in a relationship at that time, but of course, there’s a very long history there. It’s not my relationship, it has nothing to do with me, so I respect that a lot. But I know that it closed a chapter, and I think it was the best thing that could have happened for him to move on and be engaged and get married and, like, move on with his life in that way. It’s hard for me to talk about this because I don’t want to talk on either one of their behalf, again, because it was their relationship and I honestly respect that very deeply. But I just know what was going on when we got back together.”

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Hailey also opened up about how difficult getting hate from the internet was/is, saying, “A lot of the hate and perpetuation comes from, ‘Oh, you stole him.’ And I guess maybe that comes from the fact that they wish he ended up with someone else. And that’s fine, you can wish that all you want, but that’s just not the case.”

Listen to the full episode below:


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