Justin Bieber wishes he didn't have sex before marriage with Hailey: 'Should've saved myself for her'
The 26-year-old said 'sex can be confusing' and he had faced a lot of 'bad hurt'
Justin Bieber made a self-described "crazy" confession and said he wishes he had remained abstinent from sex until his marriage with Hailey Baldwin.
Speaking on his Facebook series, 'The Biebers on Watch,' with his wife by his side, the 26-year-old 'What Do You Mean?' hitmaker said, "If I could go back and not have to face some of the bad hurt... I probably would’ve saved myself for marriage."
Then, before explaining his point, the singer acknowledged that his confession might sound "crazy" but that "sex can be confusing when you're being sexually active with anybody." Hailey seemingly disagreed with her husband's views and pointed out that they had "different experiences with everything," though she admitted, "that being physical sometimes can make things more confusing."
Bieber had spoken out against premarital sex earlier this week as well, telling Pastor Rich Wilkerson on his Instagram live that it could be a "blinder" that can "cloud your judgment and cloud your decision making."
"I think when I really got serious with Hailey is when I stopped having sex because it made things super clear to me," he said. "I was able to really build that foundation with her, build that trust."
"She was able to take me seriously and know if I'm not doing it with her then I'm not doing it with anybody else and she kind of got to trust me in that aspect," he added.
The 26-year-old, who has sold more than 150 million records and is one of the best-selling music artists of all-time, also opened up about every relationship having "baggage" and that "trust issues" were worked through with consistency and time.
"When you're consistent and you're walking with Jesus, I think, as that person sees you constantly doing the same thing, making the same effort every day, they start to trust that is the person that you are," he said.
Bieber had previously revealed that he was game for having "sex all day" with Hailey even though he was battling chronic Lyme disease.
Speaking on stage for the release of his new album preview at Indigo at The 02 in London on February 11, he said that "marriage takes work" and opened up about what it takes to keep the spark alive. "So when I'm with my wife, we like to... You guys can guess what we do all day. It gets pretty crazy. That's all we do," he said. "We like to watch movies, we like to Netflix and chill — but we definitely do more of the chilling."
He also insisted that their marriage posed a lot of challenges that they have to work on.
"Being married is so awesome. I'm telling you, but don't get it twisted, marriage is not easy," he shared. "It's something you got to work for. If marriage was easy, everyone would do it really fast. Everyone would just do it. So you guys want to have children and want to get married, just know that it takes work every day. You've got to choose to be patient with that person, love that person, be kind to that person and that takes work. It's powerful. It's really, really incredible."