Last year, ABC News covered the story of woman whose viral Instagram post on why pregnancy-related April Fools' Day jokes are not at all amusing. Justin then captioned it: "Wait omg is that a, APRIL FOOLS".
But the Love Yourself singer later revealed it was all a hoax, replacing the baby on the scan with a little puppy as a playful April Fools. "I also pray that you are never part of the one in eight couples who experience the pain and heartache of infertility", one critic wrote. Immediately, fans congratulated him and Hailey on the pregnancy but it wasn't long before people realised that it was just an image taken from Google.
Main Line Fertility tweeted ahead of April Fool's Day to warn people about pranking people with pregnancy news, they said: "1 in 8 of your friends will struggle to get pregnant". Last week was a whirlwind for the "Sorry" singer who took to Instagram to defend his relationship with Hailey Baldwin.
"Justin Bieber joking about Hayley (sic) being pregnant is soooooo insensitive considering there's so many women out there that can not get pregnant or have lost children", one person tweeted. "Not to compare pregnancy with cake in the face, but it's just to paint the picture of not knowing what will offend". He posted a third pregnancy photo that showed another ultrasound with a photo of a notable Instagram dog fromt he Instagram account "A Dog Named Gary".
'Some might have laughed but some were offended. "I think With pranks u sometimes have to roll that dice", he further added.
This comes after another source told Entertainment Tonight that Justin and Hailey had "talked about kids and it is a priority to them" but they want to focus on Justin getting to a good mental state before that.
Justin recently clapped back at a person who commented that he married Hailey to get back at Selena.