Bieber Gets His Kit Off For Cover Of Clash Magazine

Bieber Gets His Kit Off For Cover Of Clash Magazine
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Pamela’s not the only one stripping down to her birthday suit, with Clash magazine featuring a very naked Justin Bieber on its 100th issue cover.

While there’s none of that naughty peen in sight, it is very clear he’s in the buff, but this is nothing new for the old Biebster, who’s actually a big fan of getting his kit off. You can find him shirtless here, here, oh and here.

“I made mistakes,” he told Clash. “Part of being a man is owning up to that.”

@justinbieber is the first face of #Clash100! Pre-sale link in bio.

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“It’s always a great feeling to see people responding to your music positively. As an artist, it means they understand what you’re doing and that’s an incredible feeling.

“I don’t view setting new records as displacing anyone though. Everyone’s accomplishments deserve to be celebrated.”

Hollywood Life also had a few exclusive shots of the Biebs from inside the nude cover.

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Last time he got his clothes off was for GQ, the same magazine that ran a particularly memorable profile on him back in 2012 where Bieber came off looking well, less than ideal.

Bieber talked god and good deeds with GQ, in his newly reformed image.

“I feel like that’s why I have a relationship with Him [God], because I need it,” Bieber told GQ. “I suck by myself. Like, when I’m by myself and I feel like I have nothing to lean on? Terrible. Terrible person.”

 

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