Los Angeles, Dec 4 (SocialNews.XYZ) Singer Jason Derulo's took to Instagram to question the photo-sharing website's decision to remove one of his steamy images as the site dubbed it "nudity or sexual activity."
The musician, however, didn't think so. Expressing his dismay, Derulo shared the warning he got over the said image, reports aceshowbiz.com.
The notification read: "We removed your post because it goes against our Community Guidelines on nudity or sexual activity. Our guidelines are based on our global community, and some audiences may be sensitive to different things."
"F*k u mean? I have underwear on...," Derulo wrote in the caption, before adding: "I can't help my size..."
He reposted the photograph once again for everyone to see.
In the picture, the "Swalla" singer could be seen posing against the mist of a forest backdrop.
He was shirtless and only covered his body with a black underwear. It was actually an old photograph from his trip to Bali in last December.
Reacting to the post, fans in the comment section were apparenly as appalled as Derulo.
"What?? They know they're afraid of a true King," one fan commented, while someone else called those who reported the snap "haters for sure."
"who reported? we just wanna chat," another one added.
One fan assumed it was done by "clearly very jealous people out there."
That aside, Derulo is set to be making his acting debut in Tom Hooper's movie adaption of "Cats". He is tapped to play the Jellicle cat Rum Tum Tugger in the flick which will premiere in theaters on December 20.