Clone-A-Willy Offers $1 Million to Justin Bieber for Endorsement

Clone-A-Willy Offers $1 Million to Justin Bieber for Endorsement

PORTLAND, Ore. — Empire Labs, the makers of the Clone-A-Willy penis replicating kit, has offered Justin Bieber $1 million to advertise its product.

The Huffington Post reports that it received a letter that the company sent to Bieber’s listed commercial agent. 

"Justin Bieber, he's popular, talented and now as the entire world knows ... quite well-endowed," the letter said. "You can only imagine ... a huge billboard of Justin Bieber and 'Clone-A-Willy' in West Hollywood. It would surely do wonders to help promote his new album and certainly wouldn't hurt his 'dating' life."

The letter continued, "We know that Justin is a big celebrity and our offer is commiserate [sic] with someone of his enormous stature. We are offering Mr. Bieber a million dollars to endorse Clone-A-Willy."

Clone-A-Willy’s offer comes on the heels of Bieber’s latest scandal — he was recently photographed nude by paparazzi while vacationing in Bora Bora. While the New York Daily News published censored versions of the photos, the full-frontal shots were leaked on Twitter and caused a buzz.

Bieber’s lawyers reportedly issued a cease-and-desist letter to the tabloid and threatened to sue, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Huffington Post said it reached out to the agent addressed in the letter and hasn’t heard back.