Hailey Baldwin calls Miley Cyrus the 'biggest troll' as she reveals the singer used to bully her
News of Baldwin being bullied by Cyrus as a kid comes on the heels of the model revealing that she regularly takes Instagram breaks.
Hailey Baldwin, who recently made an appearance with pal Kendall Jenner for an episode of 'Carpool Karaoke: The Series' on Friday, December 7, revealed on the show that there was a time she was bullied by pop star Miley Cyrus and referred to her as the 'biggest troll'. The episode featuring Jenner and the 22-year-old wife of musician Justin Bieber was a trip down memory lane for the two, who happen to be best friends. While the two were sharing some of their cherished memories, Baldwin also reminisced about some of the not-so-good times when the duo was joined by Cyrus for a sing-along.
It all began when Jenner and Baldwin decided to karaoke to Cyrus' song 'Party in the U.S.A.', and within minutes, the duo was joined by Cyrus in the rendition. Once the trio finished singing, Cyrus revealed that she and Baldwin had known each other since they were 11. The 'Hannah Montana' actress revealed, "I would be evil to her. She would try to play with us, like me and Alaia [Hailey's older sister], and then we would lock her out of the room and be evil." Baldwin too remembered that things never used to be all rosy between her and the 'Wrecking Ball' star.
"My older sister and her used to gang up on me," agreed Baldwin. To which Cyrus replied, "I had to. It made you who you are, you know? It made you stronger. Now you can always take like the trolls and sh*t. 'Cause I was such a troll." Baldwin took the joke further along as she added, "Miley was the biggest troll to me. She prepared me for this industry!"
News of Baldwin being bullied by Cyrus as a kid comes on the heels of the model revealing that she regularly takes Instagram breaks. In one of her recent Instagram stories she wrote, "Being off Instagram is the best thing ever. Whenever I take breaks from it I feel so much better so much happy [sic] as a person.. the second I come back on I get immediate anxiety, I get sad and I get worked up."
Baldwin wrote, "It's hard to focus on your well being and mental health when each time you open Instagram someone is tearing apart your job, or your relationship or essentially any of the things in your life that are positive." So her solution for avoiding online trolls and general negativity? "I take breaks from it," the model explained.
She continued, "I just don't believe we're called to live a life where we're so easily caught up in strangers opinions on something they have NOTHING to do with... we need to express more love and encouragement to one another instead of consistently tearing people down and judging."