Justin Bieber’s Nude Images Are 100 Percent Fake: Confirmed

By SURABHI VERMA | 2 years ago
Justin Bieber’s Nude Images Are 100 Percent Fake: Confirmed

It has been recently reported that the so talked about nude pictures of Justin Bieber that have made him gone mad are actually a work of Photoshop and nothing else. Yes! that’s true.

The images that have been revolving on Twitter since last two days were earlier thought to be depicting the singing star naked while he holds up the camera. These pictures were later found to be fake and termed as “100 per cent fake”, reports TMZ.com. Moreover, the pictures reveal that image editor was so good to create a viral content by creating Photoshopped images. Poor Bieber! Who is always shot for some bad reason or the other. The images were also been associated with Kourtney Kardashian who is nowadays in news with Bieber. May be something might be on between the two of them!  While this is not the very first time when Justin is in talks for his nudity. This year in October, the star’s naked pictures depicting him outside his villa in Bora Bora, just appeared out of nowhere and surprisingly, he was with model Jayde Pierce.

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After much efforts by his lawyers, the images were then prevented from any further spreads only when desist letters were sent to many publications. However, regarding the latest pictures of Bieber, his representatives still have to comment upon that. It will be quite interesting to note as to what statements might be given this time and probably if they are any different from the previous one. The star’s reputation is a very serious concern for his lawyers and so at a major point of his career they can’t believe in taking any risks for him.

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Photo Source: Instagram/justinbieber

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