Justin Bieber Apologizes For Showing His Butt On Instagram

Justin Bieber Apologizes For Showing His Butt On Instagram

Remember the day when Justin Bieber, 21, blessed us with sharing a pic of his bare butt? The moment is over. The “Baby” singer announced five days later, on July 11, that he ended up deleting the steamy naked pic where he exposed his butt to his 32.8 million Instagram followers. However, his reason for deleting the pic might make you love him that much more!


“Hey I Deleted the photo of my butt on Instagram not because I thought it was bad but someone close to me’s daughter follows me and she was embarrassed that she saw my butt and I totally wasn’t thinking in that aspect. And I felt awful that I felt bad,”Justin wrote in a comment, according to Justin Bieber Tracker. In case you need a refresher, Justin stood stark naked on a boat while looking out into the ocean, exposing his chiseled backside and butt.

“To anyone I may have offended I’m so sorry,” he continued. “It was completely pure hearted as a joke but didn’t take in account there are littles following me!!! Love u guys.” While we’re sad to see the pic go, we totally understand Justin’s reasoning for taking it down. His apology shows just how much he cares about his fans, because like he said, he doesn’t want to offend anyone — especially those young Beliebers!

U can delete wat u want bby 😚

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