Justin Bieber finally opened up about his nude photographs leaking online this month, saying he felt "violated" when the photos surfaced. The pictures were taken without Bieber's knowledge while he was vacationing with model Jayde Pierce in Bora Bora.

In the photos, the 21-year-old singer is seen walking outside in his birthday suit. Bieber addressed the leak of the pictures during an interview with "Access Hollywood" set to air Monday, saying it constituted an invasion of his privacy.

"My first thing was like ... how can they do this? Like, I feel superviolated," Bieber said. "Like, I feel like I can't step outside and feel like I can go outside naked. Like, you should feel comfortable in your own space ... especially that far away."

The pop star then jokingly added, "That was shrinkage for me."

Bieber's dad Jeremy Bieber came under fire this month when he made a joke about his son's nude photos being leaked online. Shortly after the pictures surfaced, Jeremy Bieber tweeted: “@justinbieber what do you feed that thing. #proud daddy.” 

The 40-year-old was slammed on social media for his inappropriate comment, but Jeremy Bieber quickly fired back, telling fans they didn't "deserve [his] family."

"It's clear a lot of the people on Twitter should be watching 'Sesame Street,' not hyperventilating over a pretty moderate joke. #ridiculous," Jeremy Bieber wrote, adding in another post: “I have never swore on Twitter, ever! Like most of you fooligans! Yall have a lot of nerve. You don't deserve my family!"