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'I Can't Help My Size': Jason Derulo Says Instagram Is Discriminating Against His Huge Bulge

Instagram has been caught between a rock and a hard place when they made the decision to remove Jason Derulo's now-infamous swimsuit pic.

The photo was uploaded in November, a shot of the 'CATS' star on holiday in Bali, letting it all hang out by the pool.

The post caught a LOT of attention because Derulo wasn't being shy about a particular appendage which was very visible. "Don't lie," he captioned the pic, "did you zoom?"

Derulo was criticised for potentially photoshopping his own bulge, which the recording artist flat-out denied to a 'TMZ' photographer.

"Photoshop? Photoshop? Man don't make me-" he said before adding, "Just know, us Haitians, we look different."

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The pic became Derulo's most-liked photo for obvious reasons, but sadly Instagram had other ideas.

This week, the social media platform removed Derulo's pic as it apparently breached their guidelines due to "nudity or sexual activity".

"F*k you mean," the "Swalla" singer wrote, "I have underwear on... I can’t help my size.."

Echoing his throbbing fury on his Instagram Story he told his devoted fans, "Y'all ain't gonna believe this, Instagram took down my Bali pic! They took down my Bali pic!

"All these girls showing their a** and all kinds of crazy s**t and I have underwear on in Bali and they took my pic down," he continued, "It's discrimination. I understand, I can't help my size, but you can't take down my pic."

According to 'People', a rep from the Facebook Company explained that Derulo's pic featured "aroused genitalia" and therefore violated their guidelines.

You can see even more of Jason Derulo in 'CATS' when it hits cinemas on Boxing Day.

Featured image: Instagram @jasonderulo.