Justin Bieber had to explain himself after fans spotted Selena Gomez's name in his Google search history.

It all started when the "Sorry" singer posted an Instagram Story poking fun at a Daily Telegraph headline claiming Hailey Baldwin was pregnant and that he had walked out on her. However, little did he know was that eagle-eyed fans were far more interested in his search history.

In the video, you can clearly see that he watched Gomez's "Taki Taki" Coachella performance with Ozuna, Cardi B, and DJ Snake.

Naturally, fans had a lot of questions for the pop star, but Bieber fully explained that he didn't deliberately search for his ex-girlfriend on the internet. In a series of Instagram comments, he cleared up the misunderstanding and revealed he has nothing to hide.

"It came up after my wife and I were [watching] my Coachella performance hers played right after mine because it's in the related thing," he wrote. “I have [nothing] to hide. I [didn’t] know it was there [and] I didn’t think twice and still don’t [because I] have [nothing] to hide."

Then, after apologizing for his spelling errors, JB pleaded with fans to stop "reading into things so much and making something out of nothing," adding that "these are real lives you guys are talking about real emotions stop acting like you know anything about anything."

He also seemingly addressed any fans still holding out hope for a #Jelena reconciliation, writing, "People have their own [fantasies] about how they think my life should go and make up all of these theories and use their imagination too much... this ends here will never re-engage with this but had to set the record straight once and for all. We are adults [we're] not playing games. There always gonna be something."

Read all of his comments in the screenshots below:

Justin Bieber's Relationships, Ranked

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