Hailey Bieber opened up about cancel culture in her latest YouTube video, explaining how it can sometimes feel like people are trying to “ruin someone’s life” after they’ve made an honest mistake.
During a conversation with psychiatrist Jessica Clemons about the sometimes toxic environment on social media, Hailey spoke about how to cancel culture resembles bullying, adding that a genuine apology often makes no difference.
“I definitely understand people having to deal with their actions and repercussions,” Hailey said. “But what I’ve never understood about cancel culture is almost like bullying people into what you want.”
Hailey did appear to point out that people should be held accountable for their actions but said those who have made “genuine human mistakes” end up getting “berated” and endlessly trolled.
n the subject of being trolled and having your every mistake challenged, Hailey referenced husband Justin Bieber and how he grew up in the spotlight, noting that he was under immense pressure to be a “perfect example” to fans.
Hailey commended Justin and said she was “so impressed with how normal” he is now after growing up in the spotlight.
This comes after Hailey opened up about her decision to permanently delete her Twitter account and limit her Instagram usage to weekends, revealing that constant comments on her looks and body increased after marrying Justin in 2018.
“I’m just grateful that he’s able to be the mature, stable adult that he is now.”
You can watch Hailey’s video with Jessica Clemons here.
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