Hailey Baldwin Fears That 'Fragile' Justin Bieber Is Hurt by Selena Gomez's Alleged Diss Song
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Meanwhile, another source reveals that the 'Lose You to Love Me' songstress 'didn't mean for the song to be shady,' adding that 'songwriting to her is part of her therapy.'

AceShowbiz - Hailey Baldwin might deny responding to Selena Gomez's new single "Lose You to Love Me", but a new report suggests that the song does affect the model. According to Radar Online, the 22-year-old model is concerned with husband Justin Bieber's well-being following the release of the song, which many assume is a diss to the "Sorry" singer.

An insider close to Hailey says she's not "fazed" by the breakup song by his husband's ex-girlfriend. However, she's more worried that it will hurt the Canadian star, who is "fragile" and "sensitive."

"She knows they have a long history, and they're both singers, so they're going to make statements about their lives and experiences," the insider says of Hailey. "But Hailey is just worried about how the song will affect Justin, more than anything."

"He's had his share of struggles and mental health issues, and despite being in a much stronger place, he is also fragile and sensitive," adds the source. Hailey is allegedly concerned it will make her husband "start thinking about his past" which later may "bring him back to a dark place."

Meanwhile, another source reveals that Selena "didn't mean for the song to be shady, but songwriting to her is part of her therapy. So, she had to put it down on paper and release it." The insider explains to In Touch Weekly, "That's part of her process, and it works for her."

In the song, Selena talked about an on/off relationship with an unnamed lover. "This song was inspired by many things that have happened in my life since releasing my last album," she said of inspirations behind her new music. "I want people to feel hope and to know you will come out the other side stronger and a better version of yourself."

Prior to this, Hailey was accused of shading Selena by listening to Summer Walker's "I'll Kill You" featuring Jhene Aiko which is about a woman who's very possessive of her lover. The blond stunner denied the allegations though, writing, "Please stop with this nonsense...there is no 'response.' This is complete BS."

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