Justin Bieber Shaves Off His Mosuatche; Hailey Baldwin Bieber Are You Happy Now?

Who doesn't like a change? These days Justin Bieber is all about embracing Changes. After dropping his new single Change, he has now gone on to shave off his moustache and is back to being Baby Bieb. Wifey Hailey Baldwin Bieber is happy, we guess

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Justin Bieber Shaves Off His Mosuatche; Hailey Baldwin Bieber Are You Happy Now?
Justin Bieber always manages to stay in the news. Be it for his music, his addiction to drugs or for his mushy posts with wifey Hailey Baldwin Bieber - the Baby singer always rules the headlines. For the past few months, he has been the talk of the town because of his facial hair. Yes, his moustache kept him buzzing in the news circuit. It was not so long ago that wifey Hailey had expressed her displeasure over his facial hair by meme-trolling him. To keep his wifey happy, Justin has gotten rid of this moustache.

The Yummy singer took to his Insta stories to share a video of him in which he can be seen with a razor. He adjusts his camera and voila, there he is, getting rid of his moustache. The funny part is that the video is attached to music. We can hear Rolling Stones Miss You, Kelly Clarkson's Since U Been Gone, 'NSYNC's Gone, and Ray Charles' Hit the Road Jack. Lol. After the video, Justin also posted a picture on his feed.

Justin shared the moustache free picture with the caption, "I shaved. MUSTASHIO went on holiday, but he will be back in due time." He had Baby Face Bieb written on it. And well, going by the comment wifey Hailey left, she definitely seems to be happy. She commented, "yeeeeee," along with eyes with heart emojis. The missus is happy, huh.

Earlier a source had informed People that Hailey can't stand Justin's moustache. The source was quoted saying, "can’t stand his mustache so eventually it will come off.”

Image Source: Instagram

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