During his most recent “Justice” tour stop, Justin Bieber updated fans on how his wife, Hailey Baldwin, is doing following her recent health crisis.
“Most of you probably know or have seen the news about my wife … but she’s OK, she’s good, she’s strong,” the “Peaches” singer, 28, said during a vulnerable moment at his concert in Denver Wednesday night, which he later posted on Instagram.
“But it’s been scary, you know, it’s been really scary,” he added. “But I know for a fact that God has her in the palms of his hands, and that’s a good thing.”
Baldwin, 25, disclosed on her Instagram Story last Saturday that she had been hospitalised after experiencing “stroke-like symptoms” as a result of a medical issue.
“They found I had suffered a very small blood clot to my brain, which caused a small lack of oxygen, but my body had passed it on its own and I recovered completely within a few hours,” she wrote.
“Although this was definitely one of the scariest moments I’ve ever been through, I’m home now and doing well, and I’m so grateful and thankful to all the amazing doctors and nurses who took care of me!” the model concluded.
Doctors tested to determine if the coronavirus played a role in Baldwin’s symptoms, according to TMZ. Bieber was diagnosed with Covid-19 in late February, forcing him to cancel a gig in Las Vegas.
According to a source, the “Sorry” singer was “more traumatized” than his wife as a result of the occurrence.
“Justin texted everyone he knew and asked everyone to pray for her, and he never left her side,” the insider said, adding, “He’s going to keep an eye on her and help her however he can. And he has everyone around him praying for her continued good health. It shook him up.”
After the power lights went out due to an electrical fire during his concert in Denver on Wednesday, Bieber appeared to be in an introspective mood.
“It’s kind of crazy how life randomly throws you curveballs,” the “Holy” crooner told his audience. “We can’t really control much. You know, tonight, power cutting out.”
However, after speaking about Baldwin, he acknowledged that the world is full of “horrible things.”
He said, “For us to be in this room all together, laughing, smiling, singing songs, I mean, I can’t think of a better place I would rather be.”
Bieber then concluded by sharing with his fans why they should embrace their insecurities and sang his song “As I Am.”