Justin Bieber seems to have a good and loyal friends.
One such friend coming to the Bieb’s defense is personal trainer Patrick Nilsson, who says the singer is “well-endowed” after Breathe-Heavy.com claimed to have untouched photos of Bieber’s Calvin Klein campaign.
Shortly after Bieber’s beefy pics hit the internet, the website posted a a very different photo they claimed to have received from someone connected to the photo shoot. The website claimed the photo proved that Bieber’s body, hands and man parts were photoshopped to look bigger.
We bet Patrick Nilsson regrets sharing this nugget of Justin Bieber information… http://t.co/2h6fY1D3cn pic.twitter.com/3uP9MwTZv8
— Yahoo Celebrity UK (@YahooCelebUK) January 11, 2015
The website later removed the photo after Bieber’s team issued a stern denial and a cease-and-desist letter.
“Bieber denies the photo is real, and I respect that and will believe him,” said
Cue in Bieber’s personal trainer Patrick Nilsson, who shared his opinion on Bieber’s man parts to Access Hollywood..
“I can definitely confirm that he is a well-endowed guy. I sound weird saying that, but yes,” said Nilsson.
Meanwhile, Bieber said he is thrilled with the realization of a long-time dream.
“I have been wearing Calvin Klein underwear for years in hopes of getting to model for the brand one day,” Bieber told Women’s Wear Daily about the shoot. “It’s always been a dream. Last spring, I posted a picture on Instagram in my underwear, using the #mycalvins tag. Thankfully the brand saw it and liked the reaction it was getting, and a relationship started from there.”
Justin Bieber's team officially confirms the size of his bulge: http://t.co/1O8tnfbyxi pic.twitter.com/nxvPXvfpGh
— ELLE Magazine (US) (@ELLEmagazine) January 11, 2015
Bieber said he worked his body hard for the shoot.
“I was very diligent about my workouts leading up to the shoot,” he said. “I have a trainer and work out daily so it was really about sticking to my routine once I booked the campaign.”
Website removes @justinbieber GIFs that suggested his @CalvinKlein ads were altered: http://t.co/aKEw3gXrY9 pic.twitter.com/pxa0GmYeaY
— PopCrush (@PopCrush) January 11, 2015