Jason Derulo Heated After Instagram Deletes His NSFW 'Anaconda' Thirst Trap

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Jason Derulo knew exactly what he was doing when the pop star took to Instagram to share a steamy shot of him in his underwear, leaving very, very little to the imagination. However, Instagram thought the viral photo was a little too much, so the platform removed it from his feed and he's pissed off.

On Tuesday (December 3), the Cats star, 30, took to Instagram to share a screen capture of Instagram's notification alert about how the bulge photo "goes against [their] Community Guidelines on nudity and sexual activity," while also reposting the photo once again. Over on his Instagram Story, he laughed off the incident, but it was clear that he was bothered. "Hey, listen, all these girls showing their ass and all kinds of crazy sh*t and I have underwear on in Bali and they took my pic down," he told the camera. "It's discrimination. Like, I understand, I can't help my size, but you can't take down my pic." Elsewhere in the post, the singer added, "#bringbackAnaconda," to the comment section.

Derulo's thrist trap went viral in late November and caused so much ruckus that the pop star had to explicitly argue that it was not Facetuned. "It was in Bali," Derulo told TMZ when asked about the photo. "I honestly [didn't] feel like that was going to be my most liked picture when I woke up this morning. I posted the motherf**ker very early. It was [a photo] from months ago. It was not even something that I just did."

"Photoshop? Photoshop? Don't make me [pull it out]," he continued. "It's not enough women in this area. Just know that us Haitians, we look different."

Photo: Getty Images

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