“Lolol I hate this," Hailey Baldwin wrote in response to the unique mash-up of her and husband Justin Bieber
On Saturday, Justin Bieber posted a unique image of himself on his Instagram account that seemingly juxtaposed his face and tattooed arms onto a photo of Baldwin’s latest Adidas ad, which his wife had shared on her own account.
“The internet gotta chill 😂,” the 25-year-old singer captioned the shot, before admitting that it was a true representation of their couple’s nickname.
“Jailey for real,” he added.
Succinctly sharing her own thoughts about the mash-up, Baldwin, 22, commented on the post, writing, “Lolol I hate this.”
Another person who’s not a fan of the image? Bieber’s mother, Pattie Mallette.
“NO please make it stop 😆🙅🏻♀️😂,” she replied.
This is hardly the first silly shot Bieber has posted online this week.
“Coachella better be good this year,” he captioned the photo, which showed a young Bieber and Jenner together at the festival.
“HAHA I’m dead,” Jenner responded, no doubt laughing at their facial expressions in the photo. Baldwin also couldn’t help but laugh, saying that the picture “gets” her.
“Hailey is able to support Justin in a way that no one else has been able to,” a Bieber source said. “She only comes from a place of love. She doesn’t want anything from him except for him to be able to be the best person and husband. Justin is overwhelmingly grateful for how patient and supportive Hailey is.”
And Bieber isn’t shy when it comes to praising his supportive wife on social media.
Shortly before calling her one of his biggest fans, the Sorry singer shared a stunning photo of Baldwin from a past Maxim photo shoot with a poem he had written for her.
“Sunlight falls into the Abyss Just like i fall into your lips,” he began the poem. “Waves crash onto the shore My love for you grows more and more Sound of the crickets a true meditation I think about you, Gods greatest creation.”
“As I fall into this blissful state I ponder on how you’re my one true SOULMATE,” he continued. “Its getting dark [too] dark to see A chilling breeze embraces me The smell of camomile [sic] fresh from the garden My life is a movie that both of us star in. Speaking of stars I’m starting to see some They light up the sky, reminds me of my freedom How big and how vast our world is around us So grateful for god we were lost but he found us So I write the poem with him always in mind Things all around us Just get better with time.”
He concluded the poem with some sweet encouragement for Baldwin in her upcoming shoot, writing: “I fall more in love with you every day! You have walked hand and hand with me as I continue to get my emotions, mind, body and soul in tact [sic]! You have given me so much strength, support, encouragement and joy. I just wanted to publicly honor you, and remind you that the best is yet to come! Have a great shoot today my love!”