Tenoch Huerta is denying the rumors that his bulge was edited out of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

After the movie premiered earlier this month, fans noticed a discrepancy between a shot from the trailer and the same shot on the big screen.

In a still from the trailer, Huerta, who plays Namor, wears skintight shorts that reveal an unmistakable bulge. One viral tweet captured the same moment in the film and pointed out that the bulge is gone. Fans were led to believe that Huerta’s manhood was edited out of the final cut.

Huerta recently told Rolling Stone that finally cleared up the rumor. To many fans’ disappointment, he admitted that the original is the photo with no bulge.

“I mean, I’m not going to lie to people,” he said. “Every man in the world, we have fragile masculinity, but not in that issue.”

The actor also discussed playing Namor and the significance of being a Mexican American in such a prominent role. He said representing “brown-skinned” people from Latin America is “an honor.”

“The people who live in Latin America, all of them feel represented and that’s beautiful for me,” he said. “I think in general terms, the brown-skinned people feel more attached [to] the character. That’s my perception because a lot of messages are coming from social media, and most of them around brow-skinned people saying, ‘Hey man, finally I can feel proud of my color of skin.’”

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