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“SNL" mocked Justin Bieber and his Calvin Klein ads in a series of two mock commercials. Naturally, the parody ads, featuring Kate McKinnon as Bieber, took aim at his muscles and penis bulge, which were questioned for being photoshopped.

Some critics ripped Bieber’s Calvin Klein ads for allegedly digitally altering his muscles, the hairiness around his underwear region, and even the bulge in his underwear. The singer himself, however, looked to discredit his detractors by posting an Instagram picture of himself in just a towel, with the caption, “Photoshop lol.”

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In the first of the two spoof commercials, Bieber starts off playing the drums and then tells the camera, “I’m a big boy now.” He’s also seen combing his barely visible peach fuzz, before saying that when he got his tattoos it made him say, “Ow-wee.” The joking about Bieber’s frame continued with him doing girl pushups and lifting two-pound weights.

“I’m not supposed to drink, but I do,” says the defiant-looking Bieber in the mock ad, which then shows him drinking out of a children’s juice box. The first faux Calvin Klein ad ends with Bieber pointing to his crotch and saying, “Yeah, my pee pee’s in there.”

In the second of the two ads, which were both hashtagged “#MyCalvins,” Bieber first asks, “Are my muscles cute?” He’s then seen playing around in his underwear, dribbling and shooting a basketball and riding around on a kid’s scooter. At one point he says, “All of this underwear is making me tired.” Going back to his penis, Bieber ends the second commercial saying, “My Calvins… Clothes for my big wiener.”

So what did Justin Bieber think of the spoof?

Photo: NBC