Selena Gomez fans savagely trolled Hailey Bieber after posting PDA-filled photos to honor her husband, Justin Bieber, on his 29th birthday on Wednesday, March 1. The post came at the same time the pop giant canceled the remaining dates for his "Justice World Tour" due to some health concerns.

Hailey's post also comes on the heels of her resurfacing feud with Gomez. Hence, the latter fans can't help but leave several brutal comments on the model's greetings.

The media personality captioned the series of their loved-up snaps with, "29 never looked so good" and greeted the hitmaker with a happy birthday, calling him "best friend." She continued that no words could sum up everything the Canadian singer embodied.

Hence, she looked forward to more joy, travel, food, adventures, peace, fun, and love with him. Though some followers greeted her spouse, several trolls flocked to the comment section to drag her amid her online drama with Gomez, Justin's ex.

One fan commented #TeamSelena, adding Hailey was just a rebound. Another said she forgot to unfollow her, seemingly referring to nearly a million followers she had lost since her feud with the "Only Murders in the Building" star resurfaced.

A third person reiterated how Hailey called Justin his "man," with a fourth user saying she made posts about him, yet he didn't publicly defend her. Another claimed side chicks sometimes won, while others said it was a bold move for her to turn the comment on, and the tea was so loud there.

Instead, other critics claimed Hailey should be focusing on helping Justin after he canceled his remaining "Justice World Tour" dates after his health concerns. The 29-year-old's fans were still waiting for new dates for his postponed international tour, but the show would no longer happen.

Several fan sites reported that the remainder of the tour dates were canceled, as the artist's website didn't list any dates. On the ticket company Ticketmaster's website, all his concerts in the U.S., Ireland, France, Poland, Australia, the U.S., Denmark, and the Czech Republic were all canceled.

According to the event organizer Live Nation Tero, his show in Bangkok, Thailand, was also withdrawn. However, Justin himself and his reps haven't commented on the cancellations or given any reason.

In addition, fans in London, where Justin was originally scheduled to perform in February, received an email from the events company AXS on Tuesday, February 28. It said it regretted to inform them that the shows planned to take place at The O2 arena had been canceled. It continued that it understood fans would be disappointed, apologized for any inconvenience the cancellation had caused, and promised that refunds would be issued.