Hailey Bieber hits out at 'bulls**t' trolls over backlash to video of husband Justin 'yelling' at her in Las Vegas

HAILEY Bieber defended herself and husband Justin after a video emerged of him "yelling" at her in Las Vegas.

The clip of Justin talking energetically to Hailey after a surprise gig in Sin City on Saturday quickly went viral.

At first glance, it may look like Justin is scolding Hailey as they are escorted through a casino by a gang of security guards as fans tail the entourage.

However, fans on Twitter jumped to the singer's defense, claiming he looked so animated because of "adrenaline" after performing.

And Hailey cleared up the controversy herself on Wednesday, saying she and Justin had an "amazing weekend".

Sharing a photo of her and the Baby singer kissing on her Instagram Stories, she wrote: "Reminiscing on how amazing last weekend was.

"Had the best time surrounded by so much love. Any other narrative floating around is beyond false. Don't feed into the negative bulls**t peeps."

The model is currently in Venice, while Justin appears to be back in the States.

Justin, 27, made a surprise appearance with Diplo at the XS nightclub at the Wynn in Las Vegas at the weekend.

One fan who claimed to witness both Bieber's performance and the alleged yelling explained the video of him "yelling" at Hailey.

"He was not yelling and we were there to witness what went down," they wrote. "He was all adrenaline."

In a separate tweet, they added, "He was STRAIGHT adrenaline from performing. He wasn't mad at Hailey and he wasn't yelling at her.

"I hate how he's always painted as the bad guy when he's the furthest thing from it."

Justin and Hailey got in engaged in July 2018 and wed in New York later that year.

They then tied the knot a second time at a lavish celeb-packed ceremony in South Carolina in 2019.

The couple regularly share loved-up snaps on social media, take part in steamy photoshoots and gush about each other in interviews.

Back in March, Justin exclusively told The Sun that Hailey "saved" him when he was feeling "unstable".

He said: “One of the tracks on the album [Justice] is called Unstable, and for me it’s a really emotional song because I was in a really, really bad place — maybe a year ago.

"Fortunately my wife was just there for me through it all and so the whole message of the song is ‘You loved me when I was unstable’.

“She really held me down and, you know, just continued to love me through a really challenging, hard season that I’d been in — so the person in the song, that was me."

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