Justin Timberlake publicly apologizes to Britney Spears & Janet Jackson via heartfelt IG post; Says he failed

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Justin Timberlake publicly apologizes to Britney Spears & Janet Jackson via heartfelt IG post; Says he failed
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The Britney Spears documentary that has been headlining for the singer’s controversial conservatorship and her 2007 downfall has opened its gate to more backlashes. The documentary that covered the singer’s high-profile relationship with singer Justin Timberlake, has made people furious with the latter’s role in Britney’s story. The story didn’t do too well with making Justin appear in a good light, as it suggested Spears was shamed in the media for her behaviour when the relationship ended while Timberlake boasted about having slept with her.

Justin took to Instagram to write a public apology for Spears and also Singer Janet Jackson for his fellow Super Bowl halftime performer during the infamous ‘wardrobe malfunction’ incident, "because I know and respect these women and I know I failed." The documentary suggested how Justin manipulated the media narrative in his favour and Britney suffered the consequence of this. “I've seen the messages, tags, comments, and concerns and I want to respond,” he began, referencing the backlash from Britney’s fans that have been directed at him and others. “I am deeply sorry for the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right."

Check out the post:

Timberlake further talked about how the industry’s gender bias played a big role in his actions, "I understand that I fell short in these moments and in many others and benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism. I specifically want to apologize to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson both individually because I care for and respect these women and I know I failed.” 

Also Read| Britney Spears’ father Jamie REMOVED as sole conservator post the release of her conservatorship documentary

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Comments
Anonymous : Too little too late
REPLY 0 3 months ago
Anonymous : After totally ruining there careers and killings there spirit of two really really talented women he has audacity to say he respects them!! Shame on him and the whole media for all the circus they created around these two women who paid such a huge price for no mistake if there’s especially Britney how a young talent who was to be treasured had been abused repeatedly just for few kicks
REPLY 0 4 months ago
Anonymous : little late
REPLY 0 5 months ago