According to a report from Just Jared, Justin Bieber was hanging out at a Bed, Bath, and Beyond while in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon. The 25-year-old singer-songwriter was with his model wife, Hailey Baldwin, and they were in the store to get some home goods.
In an Instagram post, Justin dished on the fact he’s ready to become a father one day, however, he doesn’t think it’ll come anytime soon. In fact, it’ll be a while yet. “Love dates with you baby,” the singer wrote in the caption of a photo picturing them at Disneyland.
“Not hinting at anything soon, I’m not in a rush,” the singer added, in reference to the possibility of having a child. He said he’d be doing “daddy-daughter dates” sometime in the future, but how far away remains unseen at this point.
This past April Fool’s Day, Justin took to his social media account to joke that his wife, Hailey, was actually pregnant, however, after a brief social media backlash, the singer apologized for it. This comes after the star and Hailey got married in September of 2018.
Interestingly, Selena Gomez went into a mental wellness center not long after, sparking rumors that Justin’s relationship with Hailey was partly to blame for it. However, this has never been confirmed by an insider or by anybody close to Selena.
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As most know, Justin Bieber recently took a hiatus from performing and touring following his Purpose tour, which he ended prematurely on account of being emotionally and mentally exhausted. Justin said performing constantly around the world was very difficult to do, and he wanted to be at his best for his fans.
Touring is one of the biggest ways for performers to make money, so there’s no question Justin must’ve been tired, considering all of the money he was missing out on. However, he did get nearly a full year of touring in, so he didn’t miss out on much. Justin just released a new single with Ed Sheeran as well, ending a long break from music.