Hailey Baldwin opened up about being called by a TikTok user who said she was “rude” at a restaurant.
The 24-year-old model spoke with Dr. Jessica Cleemons on her new YouTube channel produced by OBB Pictures and reflects on her viral moment and what she learned from it.
“When I saw one of her videos, I was very upset,” Baldwin explains. “There was never an excuse for speaking rudely, I felt bad that you had met me. But it frustrates me because you don’t know what someone is going through, I remember going through a time in my life when I was so sad. And so heartbroken that it was difficult for me to like to engage with people.
“I hope I don̵7;t do that to you. I’m human and I make mistakes, and I do things that are unique to me. I act the way I don’t want to be. I try to get better every day. I want to continue growing as a person, I am open to people who edit me. She added.
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Baldwin spoke to TikToker Julia Carolan for the first time in July when Carolan said Baldwin was eating at a restaurant where she was a receptionist and was “not good”.
“I’ve met [Baldwin] A few times and every time she’s bad I really want to like you But I have to let you like it 3.5 out of 10, sorry!
Baldwin commented that “Just came across this video and wanted to say sorry if I ever made you feel bad or have a bad attitude … that’s not my intention!”
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She described on her YouTube channel as “Toxic environment” especially with regards to Internet trolls.
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“I think when you go through a situation where you have a lot of people bothering you with the same things over and over again, it starts messing with your mind, and you start questioning everything and you’re like, ‘What’s something? As I don’t see, are they seeing? ” Baldwin said.
Fox News’ Julius Young contributed to this report.