Hailey Bieber urged fans to stop leaving “nasty comments” under Selena Gomez’s posts amid the ongoing feud.
“If you’re leaving mean or vulgar comments on someone’s posts on my behalf, know that I don’t want that and I will never support or condone hateful, rude or offensive comments,” the model said. On Instagram Stories Monday.
The 26-year-old Rhode founder continued, “It doesn’t support me to do this. If you agree with that, you’re part of a culture I don’t want to be a part of.
“Please be polite or say nothing.”
Bieber’s post comes days after the haters filled the comments section of the “Only Murders in the Buildings” star with hateful words on his latest post.
Many accused her of being “jealous” of Hailey and her husband, Justin Bieber, who is also Gomez’s ex.
“Shame on yourself, you caused all this pointless drama just for some power. Poor,” one troll wrote, describing Gomez as a “master of manipulation.”
“Stop playing the victim, disgusting (sic), you’re 30! grow up,” added another social media user.
A few other commenters also dropped pig, snake, and vomit 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 informed me that she had received death threats and such hateful negativity,” the “Calm Down” singer wrote in an Instagram Story statement in March.
Gomez, who dated 29-year-old Justin nearly eight years apart before breaking up for good in 2018, added that “no one” should be subjected to “hate or bullying” and that he “participates” in it.
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“I’ve always advocated kindness, and I really want all this to stop,” he concluded.
At the time, Hailey was bombarded with hateful messages amid beef rumors that flared up earlier this year with the founder of Rare Beauty.
Many believed that Hailey was shadowing Gomez, who was embarrassed about her body for wearing a swimsuit while on vacation, in a now-deleted video. , but God’s timing is always right.”
After getting wind of the video from her fan accounts, the “I Love You Like A Love Song” singer posted in a TikTok video, “It’s okay! I won’t let these things get me down! Be nice to everyone! X.”
At the time, Hailey denied that the voice was aimed at Gomez.
“I never comment on that sort of thing but we were just having girls’ night out and we made a random tick tok sound for fun. It’s not aimed at anyone,” he commented on a post discussing the drama.
Worse still, Hailey and her close friend Kylie Jenner were accused of making fun of Gomez’s eyebrow problem.
Fans also shared unfounded theories that Hailey copied the life of the “Wizards of Waverly” graduate.