Reports Say Justin Bieber, Hailey Baldwin Fighting Over Having Kids

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have been married for close to three years. Of course, that length of time is too long for the couple not to be pregnant, according to the tabloids. Gossip Cop has investigated a lot of reports claiming the pair are fighting over having kids, so let’s take a look back […]

Reports Say Justin Bieber, Hailey Baldwin Fighting Over Having Kids

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin have been married for close to three years. Of course, that length of time is too long for the couple not to be pregnant, according to the tabloids. Gossip Cop has investigated a lot of reports claiming the pair are fighting over having kids, so let’s take a look back and see if we can figure out where the couple stands on the issue.

Is Justin Bieber Clingy?

Last August, the National Enquirer ran a story saying Baldwin was looking to take a break from Beiber’s “clingy” behavior. Relying heavily on an anonymous source, the rag claimed the Biebs “controlling ways” were prompting Baldwin “to call a time-out on the marriage.” Apparently the popstar didn’t trust Baldwin’s friend either, thinking they were “filling her head with poison about the marriage. He doesn’t want to let her out of his sight!” Gossip Cop easily busted the story, citing Baldwin’s public admiration for her husband and the numerous false stories written about them. Nine months later and the couple is still together.

Crisis Of Faith Or Marriage?

A few months later, Who proclaimed the couple was having another marriage crisis, this time of the cheating variety. Except the story wasn’t about Bieber or Baldwin, instead the outlet used their to peddle a story about the born-again Christian popstar’s pastor, Carl Lentz. The head of a L.A. based megachurch had recently admitted to cheating on his wife. According to an insider, the Bieber-Baldwins “were both extremely shocked and disappointed when Carl’s confession came out.” Gossip Cop pointed out at the time of publication that the story was a classic bait and switch. No marriage crisis was had. 

Trading Records For Diapers?

In January, InTouch claimed the couple were stepping back from Hollywood life to focus on having babies. An unnamed insider claimed the couple was “still in the honeymoon phase and really want kids,” and willing to take a break from their busy schedules to do it. “Justin and Hailey are taking a step back on all fronts. With his strong faith, he knows they will be blessed with a beautiful child one day. Hopefully one day very soon,” the source said. While Gossip Cop admitted that the couple could have a kid in 2021, Bieber’s world tour this definitely dispells any rumor that the popstar is cutting back on work. 

Loose Lips Might Sink Marriages?

When Bieber appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in February , he revealed that he was ready to have a “tribe” of children. “I’m going to have as many as Hailey is wishing to push out,” he said before adding that his wife wasn’t ready yet. According to the National Enquirer, his statements caused a lot of problems at home.“Hailey is really upset that Justin discussed their personal life in this way,” the source tattled. “She feels that intimate details about their family should be between them, not talked about on TV.” Baldwin even threatened to not “divulge any more details about their life again!” 

First off, how would the magazine or any source really know what goes on in their marriage. Second, as Gossip Cop pointed out Baldwin is not shy about talking about her personal life. In 2018, she told Vogue Arabia the same thing Bieber told Ellen, ““I love kids and I can’t wait to have my own. I would say that now, that’s a closer reality, but definitely not anytime soon.”

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Dana White: What’s His Net Worth After Selling The UFC?

After years serving as the face of the UFC, Dana White's net worth is mind-blowing. Find out how much he is worth in 2021.

Dana White: What’s His Net Worth After Selling The UFC?

Dana White has long been a polarizing figure, but one thing we know is that his brash personality has never affected his bottom line. As president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), he took a fringe sport once described as “human cockfighting” and turned it into a multi-billion dollar brand. Not bad for a working-class boxercise coach from the streets of Boston. But exactly how much did he earn from his investment in mixed martial arts? Dana White’s net worth might surprise you. Learn all about UFC’s growth under his leadership—and how he’s enjoying the fruits of his labor.

Dana White Started Out As A Hotel Valet

White, 51, has organized crime to thank for his current fortune. In a 2014 interview with Forbes, he said he was working as a 19-year-old hotel valet when he had an epiphany.

“I’m standing in the lobby one day, and just thinking, ‘What the hell am I doing here?’…I make cash every day, plus get a check at the end of the week, got great benefits…but I’m not happy here,” he said. “So I literally walked out the front door, told my buddy I was quitting. Of course he told me I was nuts and [asked me], ‘What are you going to do?’ And I said, ‘I’m gonna get into the fight business.’ And that’s it…That’s what I did.”

White, who was based in Boston, dove into every facet of the sport: training, managing other fighters, and even teaching cardio classes to housewives. But one day, goons working for notorious mob boss Whitey Bulger came knocking at his door. They demanded $2,500, or else…

“That thing went down where they were trying to get money from me, and I got the phone call one day, and they were basically like, ‘You’ve got until Sunday to pay us’… [and] I left everything I had,” he continued.

White claims he immediately booked a Delta flight to Las Vegas and never looked back. There, he reconnected with childhood friend Lorenzo Fertitta. Lorenzo and his brother Frank were already making names for themselves by running Station Casinos; in 2001, they used their clout (and fat bank accounts) to purchase the UFC.

“I got no hard feelings, everything worked out for me,” said White. “The worst thing that ever happened to me ended up being the greatest thing that ever happened to me.”

He Became President Of The UFC In 2001

Dana White wearing a blue button-up shirt and shaking hands with Jose Aldo, who is wearing a suit.
(A.RICARDO / Shutterstock.com)

The Fertittas acquired the UFC—then a failing promotion on the verge of collapse—at White’s recommendation. As a result, he was installed as president and given nearly a 10 percent stake in the company.

White turned their $2 million investment into a bottomless pot of gold. The promotion went mainstream through a hit reality series, The Ultimate Fighter. And by 2006, it made $200 million in pay-per-view revenue—outshining both boxing and professional wrestling.

MMA—once seen as a savage, no-holds-barred quasi-sport—achieved legitimacy via White. But the president never rested on his laurels.

“You always think that there’s gonna be that day when, if we get to this level, then we can kind of cruise a little bit and kick back, [but] there’s no cruise,” said White. “There’s no kick back. This thing is just a beast and it just goes and goes and goes and goes.”

He Helped Sell The UFC in 2016 For $4 Billion

In July 2016, it was announced that talent agency WME-IMG, along with a number of business partners, purchased a majority stake in the UFC for $4 billion. As part of the deal, chairman Lorenzo Fertitta stepped down from his post. Other minority owners, such as the government of Abu Dhabi, retained their share of the company.

As for White, his nine percent stake was increased. He also remained the foul-mouthed face of the organization.

And his fortune just keeps growing. In March 2021, the majority owners—operating under the name Endeavor Group Holdings—announced plans to buy 100 percent of the company. As part of the buyout, previous owners of UFC will be entitled to company stock.

Endeavor introduced its IPO earlier this month with an opening price of $24 per share; at the time this article was written, it already increased to $31.

What Is Dana White’s Current Net Worth In 2021?

As of 2021, Dana White is estimated to be worth $500 million. This includes his $20 million annual salary, as well as his returns from being a minority owner of the UFC.

And he’s not shy about spending it. White lives in a massive Las Vegas mansion, which was built on the sit of three bulldozed homes. It includes a basketball court, arcade, and a pool that looks like it belongs at a luxury resort. Check out glimpses of it in this video from Haute Living:

White also has an extensive car collection. Some of his most luxurious rides include a Ferarri F430, a 1969 Chevy Camaro, and a Bentley.

Finally, he spends some of that money on good causes. In 2017, he donated $1 million to victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas. And in 2019, he matched UFC’s Khabib Nurmagomedov’s $100,000 donation to Dustin Poirier’s charity, The Good Fight Foundation.

There’s no word on how the latest UFC buyout will impact his current fortune. But White’s not one to take a loss very well, so we expect the number to continue ticking upward.

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