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We’re just going to come out and say it:

We’ve seen way too much of Justin Bieber’s penis.

On multiple occasions over the last two years, photos of the singer’s unit have leaked online.

In Bieber’s defense, this was typically due to pestering members of the paparazzi sneaking their cameras into places they don’t belong and snapping photos of Justin on vacation.

Photo via Howard Stern Show

But still: just put some shorts on, dude.

Who walks around naked on vacation?

With the most recent Justin Bieber penis photos hitting the Internet just a few weeks ago, Usher appeared this morning as a guest on The Howard Stern Show.

And the host just had to ask him about Bieber’s private parts.

Because Usher discovered Bieber back in the day (a story he recounts in the video below), Stern wants to know:

Does he also manage this aspect of Bieber’s career? Does he encourage the dick pics because some believe all publicity is good publicity?

Photo via Howard Stern Show

Usher scoffed and laughed at the suggestion.

"He does have a brain of his own," Usher said of Bieber, adding:

"What he chose to do with his penis is his prerogative you know what I’m saying… He’s managing that aspect of his life. I have nothing to do with Justin Bieber’s private parts."

So there you have it.

But has Usher ever had a discussion about this topic with Bieber?

Or about any of the controversies the singer has found himself in?

"I mean, as a mentor, as he’s has accepted my opinion, I can give my perspective," Usher replied.

"He’s like a child to me so I don’t necessarily feel like his business. I feel like I’m talking to someone who has had hardships.

"Like, if your child ever has difficulties…anyone listening understands that nobody’s perfect. You’re going to have moments and when he does I can only show him the reality of what it is that has happened."

Do you think Usher ought to do more?

Or does Bieber need to take responsibility for his own actions at this point?

Check out a snippet of Usher’s interview with Stern now: