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Bodyguards carry Justin Bieber up Great Wall?

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  • Can you "Beliebe" this one?
  • Singer is currently in Asia on World Tour
Justin Beiber's 'Believe Tour Updates' twitter feed posts pics of the singer apparently being carried by bodyguards up the Great Wall of China

Say, have you seen the picture of Justin Bieber apparently being carried up a section of the Great Wall of China by his bodyguards?

Bieber’s Believe Tour is currently in China. These pics were posted on the ‘Believe Tour Updates’ Twitter page.

Some people are slamming him because of it.

A shot of Bieber and his crew at the top of the great wall was posted on Instagram too.

This Twitter feed is a non-verified 'fan account,' but it is followed by the official Justin Bieber account.

It's full of less-than-flattering pics of JB, like this one where he's apparently doing the "Walk Like an Egyptian" dance on the wall:

And then there’s this one, in which someone identified as The Biebs is seen showing off his guns while wearing a fun hat at the Apple Store in Beijing.

No word from the Justin Bieber camp yet as to the veracity of the photos.

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