Hailey Baldwin to Justin Bieber's Haters: 'Leave Him Alone'

The married couple goes on Instagram Live as a part of their new series 'The Biebers on Watch', doing a fun QnA session where they discuss Justin's struggle with Lyme disease.

AceShowbiz - Hailey Baldwin has had enough with the hate comments that husband Justin Bieber has been receiving. The couple went on Instagram Live on Friday, May 8 to do a fun Q&A session where they discussed Justin's struggle with Lyme disease.

The Canadian star revealed that the difficult-to-diagnose condition caused him to experience spiral with anxiety" and some physical changes including adult acne. Hailey, however, was quick to assure him that it was normal. "Obviously it's been a challenging process, it's hard to be in the public eye and have people pick on you, for suddenly having adult onset acne breakouts…not to make it a sob story," the model said in the in the video, which is a new episode of their new series "The Biebers on Watch."

"He's working on it! It's not his fault. After having perfect skin his whole teenage life, he is working on it. When we were in LA he was seeing a dermatologist…so leave him alone," Hailey went on to defend her husband.

Justin continued, "My struggle with Lyme disease was difficult before I knew what I was dealing with. I felt crappy, I felt tired all the time, I felt brain fog. ... I would say to people struggling with depression -- depression, anxiety and those things can stem from different things, and each person’s circumstance is difference."

He credited his Christian faith for helping him during the hard time, saying, "I always like to remember that God is in control, so I like to surrender my anxiety to him…it can be hard to remember sometimes. It tends to help me feel more comforted and secure."

Hailey chimed in, "People that are having a hard time in quarantine--a lot of people don’t have access to a therapist or a professional, but if you can and you do have access to them, I think it's important to stay on top of those feelings and mental health at this time. If you can get on the phone with them, I recommend that."

Concluding the video, Justin said, "Going back to my faith in that time… it wasn't money that got me through, taking the initiative to say I am struggling, I need help." The "Sorry" hitmaker added, "A few months ago, I was struggling emotionally and mentally -- there were things that weren't adding up -- none of the [material] things did anything because I was so hurt and I was confused and I was so sick. You can’t enjoy the actual physical, tangible things that money offers. It really had to come from within."

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