If you thought Justin Bieber couldn’t top his recent win at the Grammys, then think again. The Canadian superstar goes au naturel on the cover of Clash magazine’s 100th issue.

The print issue is available on stands this Friday. Clash magazine shared the cover on Instagram. Its caption reads, “@justinbieber is the first face of #Clash100!”

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When naked pictures of the singer surfaced last October, Bieber’s father Jeremy tweeted #proud daddy. He has not reacted to the Clash magazine cover yet, ET Online noted.

However, as HollywoodLife said, “the singer has nothing to be “Sorry” about when it comes to his sculpted body”.

For the cover, Bieber wears only a white trilby hat. A perfectly angled camera captured his naked, heavily tattooed, but well-chiselled, physique.

The cover is proof that Bieber has no reservations about his body, Mail Online reported.
Mail Online also shared part of the singer’s interview with the magazine. Inside, Bieber discussed what his superstar status meant to him.

He revealed, “It’s hard to form new friendships. You never know what people’s intentions are for you. I’ve been fortunate that the good people I found along the way have stuck with me”.

He also spoke about his past mistakes.

“I just grew up and decided it was time to take control of my life. I realised that God gave me a gift and an incredible platform to share his light and it is my responsibility to live a positive life in exchange,” he revealed.

He added, “I’ve learned that I do have a responsibility to my fans to act maturely. That doesn’t mean I won’t make mistakes – everyone does.”

“But I now know I need to turn into my faith when things get hard.”

The singer also took off his shirt in the accompanying spread for his first-ever GQ cover issue, E Online recalled.