Justin Bieber's Shirtless 'Men's Health' Cover: Photoshopped?

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Justin Bieber had to battle the bulge, now it's the muscles. He just appeared shirtless on Men's Health magazine, and of course, people are saying his sexy body was Photoshopped.

There was talk floating around that the mag artificially beefed up the Biebs' muscles with Photoshop. But before anyone could even really get that out, he shut down the accusations in a behind-the-scenes from the shoot.

"Being on the cover of Men's Health is really, really cool. I love the fact that I got in shape the past two years, and I'm finally getting recognition for it," he says in it. He adds, "It's not Photoshopped for all you fools out there saying it's Photoshopped."

The mag also made sure to prove the point that his pics were untouched. They tweeted out one of the shots saying, "Our April issue has @justinbieber-can he reinvent himself? See 10 (unphotoshopped) photos."

All of this speculation comes after fake pictures of Justin's Calvin Klein shoot were released and were supposedly un-Photoshopped. Those were proven to be fakes, but still did some damage...obviously.

What do you think about Justin's Men's Health cover?

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