Justin Bieber and wife Hailey Baldwin were graced at the red carpet of her hubby's Justin Bieber: Seasons documentary. The two set the camera lens go wild as they mushiness was on display which definitely threw their fans into a tizzy. Justin was at his casual best wearing a white sweater top with blush pink trousers while Hailey looked sizzling hot in a cutout black sequin dress. Instead of seeing their love on the red carpet, there are certain section of people who were transfixed on Hailey’s pinky finger. Fans started noticing her crooked finger and they started trolling or should we rather say mocked her for her deformity.
Just to stop all the discussion around her deformity, the model gave a clarification and begged her fans to ‘stop roasting her’ Owing an explanation, she shared her deformity news on her social media handle with a picture of her crooked finger and captioned the image as, “Ok let's get into the pinky conversation...because I've made fun of myself about this for forever so I might as well just tell everyone else why they're so crooked and scary.” Check out the screenshots below:
In a second now-deleted Instagram Story (seen by the Daily Mail), Baldwin shared a screenshot of a Wikipedia page for the congenital disorder known as ectrodactyly. The Wikipedia definition Bieber shared says: "The hands and feet of people with ectrodactyly are often described as 'claw-like' and may include only the thumb and one finger."
Under the screenshot, she told fans she'd had the condition since birth, captioning, “I have this thing called ectrodactyly and it causes my pinky finger to look the way they do. It's genetic, I've had it my whole life. So people can stop asking me 'wtf is wrong with her pinky fingers' here is what's wrong! lol," Bieber wrote.
"So in conclusion please stop roasting me about my pinky fingers," she added in another Story.
Image source: Instagram/ haileybaldwin
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