Selena Gomez urges fans to stop sending Hailey Bieber ‘death threats’ after model reaches out to her


Selena Gomez has called on her fans to stop sending Hailey Bieber death threats after the model reached out to the singer to complain about online hate amid their ongoing feud.

The feud has seen hashtag #TeamSelena trending online, while both Jenner and Bieber reportedly lost between half a million to a million social media followers.

Selena took to her Instagram Stories on Friday to reveal that Hailey told her of the hate mail she’s been getting.

She wrote today, March 24: ‘Hailey Bieber reached out to me and let me know that she has been receiving death threats and such hateful negativity.’

The actress, 30, added that ‘no one’ should experience ‘hate or bullying’ and she doesn’t ‘stand for’ it.

‘I’ve always advocated for kindness and really want this all to stop,’ Gomez concluded with a heart emoji.

Over the years, the women have been pitted against one another by fans due to Gomez’s previous relationship with singer Justin Bieber, who is now married to Hailey.

Hailey and Bieber have been getting bombarded with hateful messages online since her rumored feud with Selena bubbled up in February.

Threats and accusations started flying when Hailey, 26, posted a since-deleted TikTok appearing to shade Gomez.

Hailey and friend Kylie Jenner were accused of making fun of Gomez’s eyebrows via Instagram.

The internet was set ablaze with unfounded theories, with trolls claiming Hailey Bieber was trying to steal Selena’s life.

Gomez promptly announced she was taking a hiatus from Instagram just as she became the most-followed woman on the app.

Fans also accused Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber, of dissing Gomez, his ex-girlfriend, at his birthday party, though a source exclusively denied the claims to Page Six.

Bieber has shared a TikTok of her with Kendall Jenner and Justine Skye lip-syncing along to the words: ‘I’m not saying she deserves it, but God’s timing is always right.’

The clip was posted around the time the Hands To Myself hitmaker was subjected to negative commentary about her body image after paparazzi photos of her in Mexico were published, which led to fans assume Bieber was mocking the pop star.

As a result of the backlash online, Bieber swiftly deleted the video, and insisted in a comment that the post had nothing to do with Gomez.

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