Hailey Baldwin Calls Out “Stupid” HollywoodLife Story About “3-Way Date” With Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner
HollywoodLife spews garbage, as Gossip Cop has pointed out hundreds of times. Hailey Baldwin just called them out on it. HollywoodLife wrote, “Kendall Jenner & Hailey Baldwin: Inside Their Flirty 3-Way Date With Justin Bieber.” Here’s what happened in real life: The three friends went to a comedy show together on Wednesday. Here’s how HollywoodLife reported it: “They went on a three-way date… and they couldn’t keep their hands off each other!”
“Justin was certainly enjoying himself and the two young women he was with,” a made-up source told HollywoodLife, adding, “I found it interesting that he was giving equal attention to both girls. He was acting as if he was the man because during certain parts of the show, I saw him slouched back in the couch with his arms around both ladies!” The site declared, “So scandalous! But if they’re all happy, then more power to them.” According to HollywoodLife, Bieber, Baldwin and Jenner are in some kind of three-way romantic relationship.
It’s a lie. Selena Gomez has previously pointed out that HollywoodLife makes up stories about her, and on Thursday, Baldwin did the same. She tweeted, “What even is a ‘3 way date’ and haven’t you ever heard of friends hanging out…? Lemme kno… just lemme knoooo how these stupid scenarios make sense to you? #peoplerdumb.” Indeed they are. For good measure, Baldwin later shared a photo of the three pals hanging out on Thursday while attending a Los Angeles Clippers game (see above). She wrote, “The 3 best friends that anyone could have.” By the way, the trio was at the game with other people, including Vine stars King Bach, Curtis Lepore and Nash Grier. We’re waiting for the HollywoodLife story alleging Bach, Lepore and Grier were on a “3-way date.”
It’s another of the countless examples of HollywoodLife manufacturing stories and then spreading its lies. As Gossip Cop has pointed out, HollywoodLife’s strategy is seemingly to come up with “original” content in order to climb to the top of Google and other search engines. And there’s nothing more “original” than made-up, sensational stories about famous people. That’s HollywoodLife’s business model. It’s anti-journalism. The problem is that HollywoodLife still refers to itself as a “news” site, when it’s actually closer to a parody of a news site. Gomez and Baldwin and others are beginning to catch on to what Gossip Cop knew from the beginning.