Bieber Proves He’s Still A Twat On Men’s Health Cover

Bieber Proves He’s Still A Twat On Men’s Health Cover
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Justin Bieber is set to appear on the cover of the April edition of US Men’s Health magazine and has already been forced to deny allegations his biceps have been heavily photoshopped.

Bieber’s fallen foul of fans and media of late, culminating in his arrest last September for crashing his car and subsequently punching the crap out of the other occupant involved in the incident. Media commentators believe the 21-year-old’s appearance in the health magazine is an attempt at a more mature, grown-up image; however, the real attention has been over his surprisingly buffed body.

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Bieber has gone so far as to release a You Tube video claiming his biceps and six-pack are all his own making and not the work of a digital artist.

“It’s not Photoshopped! For all you fools out there saying it’s Photoshopped!” he said in a behind the scene’s video. “I love the fact that I got in shape the past two years and I’m finally getting recognition for it.”

In the ensuring spread and interview inside the magazine, Beiber reveals his fitness tips for readers. He also claims to be a Rubik Cube master, he explains how he likes women to dress (“jean shorts and a tank top”), his favourite actor is Ben Affleck and he sings Alanis Morissette in the shower. If you actually cared…

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