Justin Bieber Exposed In Bora Bora

Justin Bieber’s Huge Penis Vindicated At Cost Of Privacy & Consent: Photo Agency Denies Breach

Justin Bieber’s nude, as-naked-as-it-gets penis was officially vindicated as a surprisingly huge schlong on October 7.

But it took an irrevocable invasion of privacy by long-lens wielding paparazzi taking pics of the singer at a private resort in Bora Bora with his rumored girlfriend without his consent or knowledge to do it.

Because of that invasion — ironically, by members of an industry Bieber has clashed with many times — previous body-shaming speculation about the heartthrob’s genitals, which accelerated after his much-maligned Calvin Klein ads launched in January, has now been silenced.

For their part, FameFlynet U.K., the photo agency responsible for the nude photos of the singer, told the Independent, “There’s no invasion of privacy,” but refused to reveal whether a long-lens was used to get the photos.

Shortly after the New York Daily News published photos of the 21-year-old skinny dipping and hanging out with British model/vlogger Jayde Pierce on the deck of their bungalow, uncensored shots hit the web.

Within seconds, the Internet erupted in a frenzy of appreciation over the “What Do You Mean?” singer’s well-endowed peen and taut body. Jokes were tweeted, memes made, but tweets revealed the Biebs was admired — not mocked. Naturally, the images went viral.

Did that set up conflicting feelings in Bieber about these paparazzi-obtained-and-sold snaps? After years of being misgendered, called a lesbian, a girl, or gay, and increasingly hated on during his career, before the well-documented but hardly heinous, teenage-like antics of the past two years — that the singer has since said had deeper causes — would Bieber really think it’s worth having his naked body objectified all around the world against his will, just to finally be accepted by doubters as a figure of packing manhood?

Collective ooh’s and ahh’s aside, there would be a riot if a female was being ogled by millions without her consent, and by means that amounts to stalking, or if Justin Bieber wasn’t involved. Case in point, media organizations going to court to ask the judge in Bieber’s DUI case last year to allow video of his urine test to be made public. The request wouldn’t have been made if the star was a female.

Before noting last year’s vast celebrity nude selfie photo hack (The Fappening), the Daily Beast‘s Kevin Fallon argued that the objectification of famous males is tolerated more than females.

“Jokes aside, it is a grave invasion of privacy, one that we are excusing because Justin Bieber is a dude.”

“Arguably, there would be a modicum of outrage if this were a female celebrity who was photographed unsuspectingly while under the guise of privacy. At least a bleating whisper of one,” he added.

While the Daily News was quick to make mention of Bieber’s butt-facing nude photo that he posted from Bora Bora (before later deleting) in July, and the many shirtless selfies he has shared over the years, the difference is the two tentpoles of consent and privacy.

A smattering of famous and non-famous voices expressed those points on Twitter after Bieber’s snaps landed. Among them, model and Lip-Sync Battle co-host Chrissy Teigen, singer-songwriter Troye Sivan, and Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun.

Meanwhile, Bieber’s fans had two reasons to be up in arms. In addition to the Bora Bora pics, on the very same day that Bieber’s naked body was being pored over by strangers without his permission, the singer was harassed by a paparazzo who followed him and model pal Hailey Baldwin for three blocks in Beverly Hills.

Throughout the tailing, Bieber literally and politely begged the lensman numerous times to leave them be. The shutterbug refused, even though he had a ton of footage and was called “Sir” by the singer. The photog insisted he “had to get the footage for the fans” and was “just doing” his “job.”

At one point, the Biebs sought the help of police officers in a parked squad car. Tellingly, the singer pre-empted them, saying, “There’s nothing you can do, right?” even before the cops declined to assist. The pap signed off when Bieber and Hailey eventually arrived at a hotel.

It’s no secret that Bieber is treated as a punching bag by most of the mainstream media, while it ignores its own integrity stumbles. This was especially rife at the height of the singer’s past dramas. Now that he isn’t getting into new legal trouble any more, the Bieber-media narrative is still largely stuck on negative messaging, with overwrought coverage on everything he says and does.

Factor into that a 24/7 paparazzi presence following the singer in Los Angeles — and, as snaps revealed, even to the shores of Bora Bora, is it any wonder that Bieber sometimes ducks out of impromptu shots with fans, and Beliebers felt a need to trend “RespectJustinsPrivacy” for hours on Twitter yesterday?

Behind the penis plaudits, jokes, memes, and business still being done from the sale and furor created by the Bora Bora shots and Bieber’s star wattage, is a total negation of his basic human right to privacy on private property, and his power of consent. That same scenario was seen as unacceptable when the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, was snapped back in 2012 sunbathing topless with her husband, Prince William, in France.

The clearly gross invasion of Justin Bieber’s privacy and consent for profit isn’t morally acceptable, and shouldn’t be legally acceptable, either.

[Images via Getty Images]

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