Justin Bieber's semi-nude artwork makes fans curious
Singer Justin Bieber took to micro-blogging site Twitter to post a seemingly naked cartoon of himself in bed with a nude female fan. The singer is depicted cuddling a young admirer in the image.Updated: Apr 18, 2013 14:52 IST
Singer Justin Bieber took to micro-blogging site Twitter to post a seemingly naked cartoon of himself in bed with a nude female fan.
The singer is depicted cuddling a young admirer in the image. She's seen lying on top of Bieber with her eyes closed. The artwork is titled Justin Belieber, reports thesun.co.uk.
The 19-year-old posted the artwork to his Twitter account without a message.
His fans were quick to comment, with one of them posting: "OMG that's me. OMG I love u. I am crying I can't believe u posted it."
Another follower tweeted: "That should be me."
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First Published: Apr 18, 2013 13:59 IST