Hailey Bieber has no time for those who mock her husband, Justing Bieber’s diagnosis of Lyme disease.
Last night, the singer announced that he was battling the ‘so far incurable’ condition after he had previously experienced the symptoms which troubled doctors ‘toughly a few years.’
In confirmation of his battles for health, Justin, 25, said in an Instagram post: “Since many people continued to say that Bieber looks like intoxicant, etc., they failed to know that I was recently diagnosed with Lyme disease but had a serious case of chronic mono which affected my skin, brain function, energy, and overall health.”
Wife Hailey has now targeted the bullies, blasting those who are afflicted with fun and laughter.
Hailey Baldwin’s Reply To Mockers:
Wednesday night, Haily Baldwin tweeted about those who were trying to reduce the severity of Lyme disease. Seek and listen to the stories of people who have suffered for years. Taking fun from and undermining a disease you don’t understand is never the way; all you have to do is educate yourself.
He proceeded to thank the Hadid women with Yolanda and Bella talking about their past Lyme disease experience.
Justin was often pictured in a public image throughout the past year, prompting many to talk about drug use and even marital issues.
Justin wrote this week to shed light on that moment in the public eye: “It’s been a couple of years, but I got the right treatment to help cure this previously incurable disease, and I will be back and better than ever NO CAP.”
After being addressed rudely by strangers, Justin decided to call them out. He chose a different approach, however.
Here’s What Justin Replied:
Justin Bieber tweeted that he has been seeing many people who were creating lies and saying that they hope that he loses.
What Is Lyme Disease?
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that typically spreads by tick bites to humans. Headache, nausea, fatigue, and rashes may include symptoms. It is not clear how Justin has been contracting the disease, and the doctors have been failing until late last year to diagnose his condition.