Hailey Baldwin Says Miley Cyrus Used To Bully Her
When Miley Cyrus showed up as a surprise guest on Hailey Baldwin and Kendall Jenner’s ‘Carpool Karaoke,’ newlywed Hailey revealed that Miley used to bully her.
Suddenly appearing as Kendall and Hails were singing along to iconic tune "Party In The USA," Miley and Hailey -- who have known each other since they were kids, dropped the surprise revelation.
“I would be evil to [Hailey],” Miley admitted. “She would try to play with us, like me and [her sister], Alaia, and then we would lock her out of the room and be evil.”
Hailey added, “My older sister and her used to gang up on me.”
Miley then insisted that picking on the new Mrs. Bieber may have helped her prepare for the notoriously savage entertainment industry.
"I had to!” Miley joked.. “It made you who you are, you know? It made you stronger. Now you can always take, like, trolls and shit. Because I was such a troll.”
“Miley was the biggest troll to me!” Hailey concurred. “She prepared me for this industry!”
After marrying Justin Bieber in a low-key ceremony, the 22-year-old faced a torrent of backlash, and as a result, briefly removed herself from social media.
"Being off Instagram is the best thing ever. Whenever I take breaks from it I feel so much better so much [happier] as a person...the second I come back on I get immediate anxiety, I get sad and I get worked up," she wrote in a series of notes on the platform.
"Please don't get me wrong -- Instagram is an incredible tool and great way to stay in touch and interact with others. But the negativity screams so loud. It's hard to focus on your well being and mental health when each time you open Instagram someone is tearing apart your job, or your relationship or essentially any of the things in your life that are positive," she continued.
"I just don't believe we're called to live a life where we're so easily caught up in strangers opinions on something they have NOTHING to do with. We need to take a step back and realise we need to express more love and encouragement to one another instead of consistently tearing people down and judging. And I won't let people make me feel like I'm doing something wrong by enjoying my life being happy. This world has enough hatred, hurt and pain as it is, the last thing we need is more negativity, hate and division," she said.