After an alleged un-retouched photo from Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein photo shoot appeared on a website, fans of the Biebs were sent into a tizzy. However, the truth has finally been revealed about the alleged pic.
A website posted an alleged un-retouched picture from Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein photo shoot, with the size of Justin’s bulge and muscles surprisingly smaller in the so-called “un-retouched” image. The website, BreatheHeavy.com, has since retracted the photo and apologized to the Biebs. After speaking to Justin’s trainer, Patrick Nilsson, about how Justin’s been working hard to get buff for months, we were already skeptical about the photo posted on the website. Stay confident, Justin!
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Justin is finally getting some justice!
After receiving a cease and desist letter from Justin’s camp, BreatheHeavy.com has posted a retraction for alleging that Justin wasn’t nearly as ripped as he looked in his photo shoot. (Click here to see the photo they claimed was Justin.)
Justin posted a number of pics to Instagram in Sept. and Oct. 2014 (seen above), around the same time his photo shoot took place. And in those Instagram pics, he looks pretty buff and he also posted many shots of himself working out in the gym.
His hard work definitely paid off! He shouldn’t have to deal with haters after being so determined to improve his already hot physique. He should be proud of his results. We have to say that we’re very impressed with the results of his workouts.
HollywoodLife.com has reached out to Justin’s reps for comment.
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“Justin has put on 20 pounds of muscle and he’s still working on it. It’s a work in progress. We want to put on at least 15 more pounds — he’s going to get even bigger. That’s the plan,” his trainer Patrick Nilsson told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Were Justin’s Calvin Klein ads Photoshopped? Tell us how you feel!
— Chris Rogers