Justin Bieber dropped his latest album on 14 February, Valentine’s Day. Not only this, but the singer also dropped an Easter egg that is making fans scratch their heads.
Justin Bieber released his new album ‘Changes’ and with this, fans believe he might have hinted that Hailey Baldwin is pregnant. One of the songs among the various love tunes in ‘Changes’ made the fans re-re-re-play it. (Have you tuned in to the album yet?)
- Bieber drops new album
- Justin Bieber’s Easter egg on Valentine’s Day 2020
- Are Justin and Hailey pregnant?
Justin Bieber’s life has seen many changes in the past couple of years. He married and re-married Hailey Baldwin and the couple has been going strong ever since. His latest album is, in fact, a tribute to his wife. But fans think that the album is a lot more than that — it is a hint that the couple is having a baby!
A song from the ‘Changes’ album — All Around Me — made fans curious. Towards the end of the song, one can hear a baby cooing. This ‘cooing’ has made fans strongly believe that Justin Bieber has dropped an Easter egg and Hailey Baldwin is pregnant. All thanks to the baby’s voice, social media platforms are loaded with speculations and questions.
Before you read further, listen to the song that is creating curiosity waves all around the internet-
Twitterati is so sure that some of them have even declared that the couple is surely pregnant.
Whether the celebrity couple is pregnant or not, the song sure gives an insight into Justin Bieber’s love for Hailey Baldwin. “Our love is unconditional. I need you all around me.”
Are Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Pregnant?
Well, the pregnancy is not an unlikely speculation either. Justin Bieber has been pretty forthright about becoming a father someday. On the other hand, he also once revealed that he is not in a hurry to start a family with Hailey.
Let’s hope that Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin respond to fans’ questions about their pregnancy. What do you think after listening to the song — is Hailey Baldwin pregnant or is it just some good background music?