Hailey Bieber is publicly thanking Selena Gomez for speaking out on Friday (March 24).
The 26-year-old model and the 30-year-old entertainer have been at the center of online drama, that has been fueled by hate and negativity, and has even included death threats.
On Friday morning, Selena shared a note on Instagram, telling people to stop sending hate and death threats towards Hailey.
Now, Hailey is thanking Selena for speaking out after getting in contact with her.
Check out what she said inside…
“I want to thank Selena for speaking out, as her and I have been discussing the last few weeks how to move past this ongoing narrative between her and I,” Hailey wrote on her Instagram Story.
“The last few weeks have been very hard for everyone involved and millions of people are seeing so much hate around this which is extremely harmful,” Hailey continued. “While social media is an incredible way to connect and built community, moments like this only create extreme division instead of bringing people together.”
She added, “Things can always been taken out of context of construed different than they were intended. We all need to be more thoughtful about what we post and what we say, including myself.”
“In the end, I believe love will always be bigger than hate and negativity, and there is always an opportunity to meet each other with more empathy and compassion,” Hailey concluded.
One of Hailey‘s famous friends also spoke out on social media on Friday, even sharing screenshots of threats that she’s received herself.
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