Beliebers have gone into a frenzy after nude pictures of their pop idol Justin Bieber broke the Internet on Wednesday. His nude pictures, where he is seen with no thread on him, have now become the subject of jokes and memes on social media.

The controversial Canadian singer was photographed without any clothes on him while he was reportedly vacationing with British blogger Jayde Pierce in Bora Bora. The censored nude photos were published by The New York Daily News on Wednesday, Oct. 8.

Bieber has not released a personal statement regarding the pictures, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Bieber’s camp has sent The New York Daily News a cease and desist letter to delete the published photos within 12 hours.

The cease and desist letter acknowledges that the photos are real, ending speculations that some were manipulated to look like they were of Bieber. "We recently became informed that your company has obtained and is distributing unauthorised photographs of our Client including images showing him without clothing," THR quoted the letter as saying.

The singer’s legal team underlined that the publication of the unauthorised nude photos is in violation of Justin Bieber’s right to privacy.

The New York Daily News, however, has yet to remove Bieber's nude photos from its site.

On Friday, Bieber's father, Jeremy Bieber tweeted, "@justinbieber what do you feed that thing #proud daddy." This tweet has since been deleted.

Meanwhile, Pierce told Sunday Mirror that Bieber contacted her via instagram, and after exchanging a couple of messages online, they began texting each other. She has said that her relationship with Bieber is merely platonic, while the latter has yet to comment on the nature of their relationship. The two were reportedly first seen together in May.

Earlier in July, Bieber shared a nude pic of himself on Instagram. However, the pic was immediately deleted when the photo started circulating on social media and was turned into hilarious memes. This time, however, the nude pics are not selfies or snaps accidentally uploaded on his Twitter feed. The pictures were taken by a paparazzi with long-range powerful lenses.

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