College Humor takes it too far with controversial video about Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber has been the butt of many jokes in recent years, and even more so in recent weeks after claims that his photo shoot for Calvin Klein was photoshopped to make his bulge, and other muscles, look bigger.
And now, College Humor has decided that it's time to get to the bottom of this claim, in their own unique way. The comedic site posted a clip titled "The Truth Behind Justin Bieber's Calvin Klein Ad" and it's not at all what you are expecting.
The two-minute long video starts off with a message on the screen that reads, "Photoshop promotes unrealistic beauty standards... for men as well as women."
It continues, "Even celebrities feel the need to artificially 'fix' their bodies," and claims that the following video will show you the Photoshop process in reverse.
You may think that the team behind the College Humor's clip is editing Bieber to what he may have looked like before his alleged photoshopped photo shoot for the underwear campaign, but the video takes a very unexpected turn toward the end. So, without ruining it all for you, you have to watch it to find out.
Watch the video below.
The video is pretty harsh, albeit funny, but hey, at least this is not the first time that Bieber has been called a piece of shit. In case you do not recall, Seth Rogen previously took to Twitter to tell the world what he really thought of the pop star, tweeting, "All jokes aside, Justin Bieber is a piece of shit." Ouch!