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Justin Bieber is getting cheeky again!

The 22-year-old pop star posted on his Instagram page Friday night a photo showing him standing naked by a lake, his back tattoos and, of yeah, his bare butt on full display.

"Dat ass doe," Bieber wrote.

The picture was taken by John Shahidi, CEO of Shots. Bieber had invited $1.1 million in the social networking comedy app in 2013, Fortune had reported.

The pic was taken during a camping trip. Bieber also posted on his Instagram page a photo showing him snuggled in a sleeping bag with his eyes closed on a patch of dried grass by the water.

"My soul breathing, I found my life when I laid it down," he wrote, quoting a lyric from the Christian rock band Hillsong United's 2015 track "Touch the Sky."

This is not the first time the world has seen Bieber naked.

In February, the singer appeared on the cover of Clash magazine wearing only a hat

Last July, he posted on Instagram a photo showing him standing naked on a boat. Bieber later deleted the pic.

"Hey I Deleted the photo of my butt on Instagram not because I thought it was bad but someone close to me's daughter follows me and she was embarrassed that she saw my butt and I totally wasn't thinking in that aspect," he wrote. "And I felt awful that she felt bad."

"To anyone I may have offended I'm so sorry," he added. "It was completely pure hearted as a joke but didn't take in account there are littles following me!!! Love u guys."

Bieber has also been photographed naked without his permission. Last October, the paparazzi documented Bieber nude during a vacation in Bora Bora.

"@justinbieber what do you feed that thing. #proud daddy," his dad Jeremy joked at the time.

In an interview with Billboard, Bieber said he felt the paparazzi photo was an invasion of his privacy.

"I felt super violated," he said.

He was not, however, bothered by his father's comment.

"My dad made light of it, but I don't think that's sick and twisted," he said. "It was funny. Dads are going to be dads."