“Beauty and the Beat” singer and now Calvin Klein underwear model, Justin Bieber, threatened a defamation suit against the website Breathe Heavy.com over supposed “before” and “after” pictures they posted attempting to prove that Bieber’s pictures were photoshopped and that he isn’t really all that well-endowed, according to UPI.
The site’s management posted an immediate response: “Since Breathe Heavy isn’t about causing anyone sadness, anger or intentionally stirring chaos, and definitely doesn’t exist to invite lawsuits, we will retract the whole post per Justin Bieber’s request. Justin denies that the ‘before’ photo is authentic. I believe him and respect that.”
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But Breathe Heavy also included some amusing remarks from Bieber’s personal trainer, Patrick Nilsson “I can definitely confirm he is a well-endowed guy. I sound weird saying that, but yes.” Perhaps the reason they didn’t ask his manager Scooter Braun is that, well, hopefully, the guy doesn’t know one way or the other.
Calvin Klein, the company that brought a Jewish flair to underwear, but has yet to come out with a line of designer tzitzit, rallied behind their star baby Bieber, not by answering questions about how genuine the pictures of his package are, but by discussing his work habits, dispelling rumors that he is a spoiled brat who is hell to work with. Marketing Officer Melisa Goldie told US Weekly, “Justin shows up early, excited for work (apparently so). He trusted us completely and gave us what was asked of him without hesitation.”