Two’s company and three’s a crowd. Now that Justin seems to have rekindled his relationship with his hookup buddy, Yovanna Ventura, Hailey feels like the third wheel, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned. In fact, she’s totally ‘threatened’ by the Biebs’ renewed adoration for his model ex.
Justin Bieber invited his old flame, Yovanna Ventura, 18, to his 21st birthday party. Justin certainly had a good time, but his renewed relationship with the model is rubbing his special friend, Hailey Baldwin, the wrong way.
Yovanna Ventura & Justin Bieber Relationship — Hailey Baldwin Threatened By Her
“Hailey isn’t showing it on the outside, but she is threatened by Justin’s rekindled relationship with Yovanna. Hailey isn’t Justin’s number one anymore. Look at all that Hailey has gotten from being with Justin, and to lose that really has put the fear in her. We might be in for a cat fight,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Hailey was never as famous as she is with Justin. She’s getting her picture taken and being written about constantly, so we can understand why she’d be worried about being replaced. We just hope she doesn’t resort to violence and engage in a “cat fight.”
Yovanna Ventura & Justin Bieber’s PDA At His Birthday Party
Unfortunately for Hailey, it seems like Justin had a great time with Yovanna at his birthday bash, which took place on a Caribbean island near Grenada. As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Justin and Yovanna cuddled up in a very sexy way — she practically draped her body around him while snapping a pic.
Yovanna posted the scandalous picture with the caption, “Happy Birthday!!” He also posted an image of a girl, who looks like Yovanna, kissing his cheek on Shots.
Poor Hailey. She was also at Justin’s birthday party, but she didn’t get the same kind of attention. Could she be getting replaced?
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Russ Weakland