Stephen Baldwin Speaks Out On Daughter Hailey's Engagement To Justin Bieber

Stephen Baldwin Speaks Out On Daughter Hailey's Engagement To Justin Bieber
Source: AceShowBiz.com

Stephen Baldwin, the father of Hailey Baldwin, tweeted out today that he was ok with Justin Bieber and Hailey's engagement. In a tweet that has since been deleted, the 52-year-old actor wrote, "sweet smile on my face!"

"Always pray 4 God's will! He is moving in the hearts of JB&HB!" The actor asked for everyone to "pray for his will to be done." Baldwin also tagged Justin's mother in the tweet, Pattie Mallette, as well as Bieber's father, Jeremy.

Baldwin, who appears to have become very religious in the last few years, cited a biblical passage before he officially addressed his daughter's engagement. You can check out his tweet below.

As it was previously reported, a source said to Us Weekly that Justin and the 21-year-old model are now engaged.

According to the insider, "Hailey has always been super into Justin, and it looks like she has gotten her wish. It's a dream come true." Reportedly, Justin proposed to her while at a resort in the Bahamas.

Both Jeremy Bieber and Pattie Mallette praised the news, with Jeremy, in particular, writing, "Proud is an understatement!" The father of the pop-star said he was excited for the next stage in his son's life.

Mallette tweeted the word, "love," seven times, so clearly she's happy with the news too. As fans of the celebrity couple know, Bieber and Baldwin dated back from 2015 until 2016, and Us Weekly confirmed in June that they were hooking up again.

As for what Selena Gomez thinks of it, a source who spoke with us earlier explained, "Selena, right now, is just enjoying her life and is actually kind of happy for Justin. But, truthfully, I would be lying if I said that I didn't notice a little bit of envy. Selena and Justin were an item for a long time, and now they're officially over."

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