Justin Bieber Talks About His Sex Life With Fans During Intimate Gig

Brenda Watkins
February 14, 2020

Bieber who is quite open about his married life and leaves no opportunity to profess his love for Hailey on social media, showed his fans a glimpse of the couple's second wedding ceremony in SC, in the latest episode of his docu-series on YouTube. We like to Netflix and chill.

Upon being asked what he does to relax, Justin said, "It depends who I am with".

That's when Justin changed the subject to sports he likes playing, but obvi, the crowd wanted more deets about his sex life. You must love the person you are married to every day, be kind to each other and go for it together.

He went on to add that "It gets pretty insane; I" ll inform you that much. While he married Hailey Baldwin last year, Bieber has also talked about enduring several challenges in the past few years, including dealing with depression, recovering from past drug use and contracting Lyme disease, which he says seriously affected his health. Strive the wedding video of Justin and Hailey HERE! We do more of the cooling part'. We love to watch movies.

In another candid moment, Hailey admitted to having been "really lonely for a really long time" and crying herself to sleep.

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"Yummy, what does that mean exactly? I truly think about that", she said.

"My sex life", Justin quickly replied. "I'm married! You know?" he added before grabbing his mug and drinking water provocatively.

In the fourth episode titled, Justin & Hailey, he said, "I have the sickest chick in the game".

Justin recalled that he was shaking before popping the question to Hailey and just told her that he couldn't see spending his life with anyone else.

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