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Justin Bieber’s Emotional Instagram Posts Spark Concern Among Fans

Some followers speculated whether the rumored tension between Bieber and his wife, model Hailey Baldwin, might be the cause.

Justin Bieber caused concern among fans with a series of emotional selfies he shared on Instagram over the weekend.

The 30-year-old singer posted several photo dumps showcasing moments from his surprise Coachella appearance, golf outings, beach days, and more. However, it was the close-up selfies where Bieber appeared visibly tearful that caught the attention of his followers. Despite not providing an explanation for his tears, fans speculated in the comments, expressing worry for the “Sorry” singer.

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Some followers speculated whether the rumored tension between Bieber and his wife, model Hailey Baldwin, might be the cause.

Hailey responded to the speculation by leaving a playful comment on Justin’s post where he appeared to be crying. She also shared one of Bieber’s recent photos on her Instagram story, jokingly expressing her admiration for his appearance with the caption, “Oh.. I’m… unwell.” The couple, who tied the knot in 2018, has frequently faced speculation about their relationship, with recent rumors sparked by a public request for prayers from Hailey’s father, Stephen Baldwin.

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In February, Stephen shared a video of Justin singing along with a plea for followers to pray for the couple’s “wisdom” and “protection,” although the video has since been removed.

Reports from The Daily Mail suggested that Hailey was displeased with her father’s attention-grabbing post. However, neither she nor Justin have directly addressed the matter.

Hailey has previously used social media to debunk “false theories” surrounding her marriage. Earlier this month, she took to Instagram to address the issue, stating, “Just FYI, the stories and constant ‘blind items’ I see on TikTok are 100% of the time wrong. Made out of thin air…come from the land of delusion. So I know it may be fun feeding into these stories, but just know they’re always false xx sorry to spoil it.”