Justin Bieber Arrives for amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2014 Event in Antibes During the 67th Cannes Film Festival
Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber arrives for amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2014 event in Antibes during the 67th Cannes Film Festival May 22, 2014. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier REUTERS

Justin Bieber recently stunned the Internet with the reveal of his photos for his Calvin Klein campaign. However, critics were quick to assume the pop star's photos were photo shopped to give him a toned body and ripped abs. One site even compared the size of the singer's privates through a gift and the singer was not pleased. Recently, Bieber's team addressed the Photoshop speculations and even his gym trainer attested to the fact that he is "well-endowed."

Access Hollywood has the answer regarding the alleged debate over the size of the singer's manhood. Bieber's trainer, Patrick Nilsson, reportedly confirmed the singer's privates in his campaign photos for Calvin Klein were not edited to make them appear bigger.

"I can definitely confirm that he is a well-endowed guy," Nilsson tells Access in an exclusive interview. According to Access, Justin's trainer also admitted no Photoshop was done on the singer's photos.

Justin's trainer didn't go into the details as to how he came to discover this quite personal information. But Nilsson once again confirmed with a definitive "yes" even though he claimed he may sound "weird" attesting to the size of the singer's manhood.

The trainer's claim reportedly came after Justin Bieber's photos for CK made headlines last week. Speculations rose whether his body was photoshopped or edited to give him a more muscular look. Breatheheavy.com even went as far as to create a photo comparison of the singer's before and after body shots via a gif. However, the site's claim angered the singer.

According to TMZ, they have obtained a demand letter from Justin's camp threatening a defamation case against Breatheheavy for posting the gif. The latter shows the pop star's supposed muscular transformation. The photo showing a tiny Justin Bieber is allegedly fake and clearly photoshopped. Per TMZ the pop star's team is demanding breathecast to take down the post and "acknowledge" the deception."

Breathecast likewise admitted the "cease and desist letter Justin Bieber's team has sent with regard to the "alleged un-retouched Calvin Klein photo." "Because BreatheHeavy is not about making anyone feel bad or intentionally stirring the pot (and are definitely not here for lawsuits), we shall retract the story per request," their statement reads. The site also expressed their apology to the singer "for the hit to his ego."

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