‘Let Me Do What I Want To Do With My Body’: Hailey Bieber Silences Her Critics

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Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Famous model Hailey Bieber silenced critics during a recent interview with GQ, after pregnancy rumors took over social media.

The famous daughter of Stephen Baldwin and wife of Justin Bieber clapped back after images of her were circulated online alongside hurtful comments suggesting she was pregnant. “Recently, everybody was like, ‘Oh, my God, she’s pregnant,’ and that’s happened to me multiple times before,” Bieber told GQ.

She went on to vent about how frustrating it was to consistently be under the microscope as a result of her famous last name.

“There is something that’s disheartening about, Damn, I can’t be bloated one time and not be pregnant?” she said.

“It would be a lie if I was like, ‘Oh, yeah, I don’t give a shit,'” she said, as she admitted to feeling the sting after reading what the internet trolls had written about her.

“When there comes a day that that is true, you — you as in the internet, will be the last to know,” she said.

The model once dreamt of raising her children away from the spotlight but has come to realize that being married to Justin and pursuing her career as a model and entrepreneur means that the pressures of fame will plague her future children.

“It’s so hard to say what I’m going to do or not do when there isn’t even a child here yet,” Bieber said.

“I don’t even know what it feels like to be a parent other than a dog parent yet. And that’s not the same thing, by any means,” she said, according to GQ. (RELATED: Hailey Bieber Says Her ‘Emotions Have Been Fragile’ As She Struggles With Hard Times In 2023)

She noted that being a mother “is something that I look forward to. It’s also such a private, intimate thing.”

“It’s something that’s going to come when it comes. And it’s just, honestly, at the end of the day, so hilarious how much people fucking care,” Bieber said to GQ.

“Let me do what I want to do with my body and you guys can do what you want to do with your body—and let’s just let it be that.”