JUSTIN Bieber sent fans into hysterics when he appeared to wear Kim Kardashian's Skims underwear in a hilarious billboard blunder.
The singer's brooding Balenciaga ad accidentally matched up with a woman's bare legs in the Skims ad – making it look like Justin was rocking just a pair of briefs.
The top half of the billboard featured Justin's moody face and torso, with the singer wearing a black leather jacket and a white T-shirt.
The bottom half, however, still featured soccer player Alex Morgan's midriff and shapely legs as she modeled a pair of grey briefs from Kim's Skims X Team USA collection.
The visual mishap – pasted on the side of a hotel – was left overnight for all to see on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip.
It didn't go unnoticed by passers-by, and even actor Jacob Elordi poked fun at the gaffe.
The Kissing Booth star posted a screenshot of the billboard on his Instagram Stories, which then circulated on Twitter.
One user wrote: "Justin Bieber for Skims Balenciaga is the happy accident you could only wish for on a Monday drive home."
Another added: "I'M SO SORRY FOR LAUGHING BUT THIS IS WAY TOO FUNNY."
Crews have since corrected the blunder by pasting the bottom part of Justin's Balenciaga ad to the billboard.
Meanwhile, Justin came under fire last month for supporting disgraced country singer Morgan Wallen.
Morgan sparked global outrage in February when he was filmed yelling the n-word by a neighbor outside a home in Nashville, Tennessee.
After a night out, Morgan screamed to one of his friends: ”take care of this p***y a** n***a," before heading into his house.
Justin had shared a screenshot of Morgan's album on his Instagram Stories and captioned it: "Love this album."
Immediately, fans bashed Justin – who has also been caught saying racial slurs – for promoting someone who was recently heard shouting the n-word.
Following the social media backlash, the Sorry singer deleted his message about Morgan and wrote a lengthy apology.
“I had no idea that the guy’s music I posted was recently found saying racist comments, as you know I don’t support or tolerate any sort of racism or discrimination," he said.
“I had no idea, I sincerely apologize to anyone I offended."
In 2014, a video surfaced showing Justin making jokes that included the n-word.
After the video of Morgan shouting racial slurs was released, many radio stations eliminated his songs from their playlists and award shows dropped him as a nominee contender, Variety reported.
The country star also had his contract with Big Loud Records "suspended indefinitely" following the scandal, according to a statement released on social media.
Source: Read Full Article