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    Here's What Hailey Bieber's Cousin Ireland Baldwin Had To Say About The "Selena" Chants At The Met Gala

    "They don't care about them."

    Ireland Baldwin is coming to the defense of Hailey and Justin Bieber.

    Hailey poses with Ireland at an event
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    When the couple arrived at the Met Gala earlier this week, they were met with chants from people who didn't support their relationship.

    Hailey wears a black gown while putting her arm around Justin at the gala
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    Many of those in the crowd even began yelling "Selena" in reference to Justin's ex Selena Gomez.

    Hailey and Justin stand close together at the event
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    Which is definitely pretty rude, considering Justin and Hailey have been married for years now — not to mention that Selena definitely wouldn't condone that from her fans.

    In a now-viral TikTok, one person can even be heard saying, "He won't even hold her hand! Look at how awkward it is!"

    At the end of the video, Justin even appears to be comforting Hailey, who some fans said looked upset while walking the carpet.

    Hailey reaches out for Justin while he looks over at her while walking the carpet
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    But despite the inappropriate chanting, Hailey's cousin Ireland says the couple weren't affected by the haters at all.

    Hailye smiles while posing with Ireland
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    "They’re one of the happiest and most in love couples I’ve ever gotten the chance to be around. They don't care about them," Ireland wrote in the comment section.

    A screenshot of Ireland's comment
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    And based on some other sweet moments between Justin and Hailey at the gala, that definitely seems to be true!

    Keep ignoring the haters, Hailey and Justin!

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