Gwyneth Paltrow Called Out Justin Bieber And Hailey Baldwin For TMI

November 18, 2018 / Posted by:

Sales of potentially dangerous jade genital eggs on GOOP must be at an all-time low, because Gwyneth Paltrow is commenting on Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin’s social media behavior. That’s one way to get some press and maybe stir up sales of overpriced elitist crap. But she’s barking up the wrong social media account. The kids that follow these two can’t afford to spend $795 on a sweater! According to tooFab, Goopy is in agreement with many of us who feel that Terror Toddler and his wife are sharing too much on social media. It’s just that it’s Gwyneth and, speaking of oversharing, didn’t she share her tips for steam-pressing your vagina? Next!

It turns out that Hailey Baldwin IS an actual model and she landed a gig with Canadian designer Nicole Benisti. Hailey posted a pic of herself in some of Benisti’s designs and Justin began comment-fapping all over it. Someone pass that boy a tissue.


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In the responses, Justin wrote, “Ur just too much” and “U turn me on.”

Commentators expressed mild disgust, and Goop jumped on in.

Paltrow clearly follows the account, as many stars do, and shared her own thoughts by writing “TMI” on their page.

Multiple fans commented that the “Sorry” singer’s words made them “uncomfortable” or were “too much,” while others wrote that Paltrow said exactly what they were also thinking. “Took the words right out of my mouth,” wrote one follower.

Truthfully, everyone (including Goop) has a point. These two are a-ok with sharing pics of themselves tongue-lashing each other. Gross. But doesn’t Gwynnie have stuff to do? And didn’t she just get hitched? Shouldn’t she still be on her gluten-free honeymoon in some hut on the beach made out of free-range beluga whale blubber and rare bamboo that can only be harvested by albino meerkats?


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