Hailey Baldwin Explains How Justin Bieber Helped Her Deal With Some Intense Cyberbullying After Getting Married To Him
Ever since she and Justin Bieber got married, Hailey Baldwin has been experiencing constant bullying on social media. Thankfully, however, her husband has been a big aid when it comes to helping her cope with the hate thrown at her online.
As you know, the model now has a YouTube channel and is using this platform to get candid about mental health and more!
Of course, dealing with so many haters on social media can be a huge problem when it comes to mental health.
While chatting with psychiatrist Dr. Jessica Clemons in her newest A Conversation With episode, Hailey explained how her singer husband helped her deal with the cyberbullying.
She also mentioned that she no longer uses Twitter, after deactivating her account for good, and only checks Instagram on the weekends.
Furthermore, she’s set up her account so that only those she follows can comment on her posts.
‘My husband’s helped me so much with it. I really give him the credit because he’s been doing this so much longer at this really massive level. I think I have gone through a phase where I was like ‘I get it. I do not want to hear it, and then I do it and he is like, ‘I told you. Life’s way better this way.’ And he was so right.’
Hailey talked about how her social media accounts simply exploded in popularity following her tying the knot with Justin Bieber.
‘I think over the last two and half years for myself it — after getting married especially — it opened me up to this new kind of level of attention. I think that one of the biggest things that I struggled with for sure was the comparison aspect of body and looks and behavior comparison.’
She was, of course, talking about how people would constantly compare her and Justin’s ex, Selena Gomez, although she did not name drop the singer.