Justin Timberlake apologizes to Janet Jackson, Britney Spears for past actions

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Justin Timberlake made a public apology to Janet Jackson and Britney Spears after recent social media backlash.

In 2002, Timberlake released his breakout song and video “Cry Me A River” after his breakup with the “Toxic” superstar in which Spears is accused of cheating on him. He used a Spears look-alike in the visual for the song, which peaked at #3 on Hot 100. 

Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson were part of the Super Bowl controversy in 2004, where he ripped a pastie off of her clothing and exposed the “Control” singer’s nipple. He dubbed it a “wardrobe” malfunction, but Jackson’s career suffered, whereas Timberlake’s continued to soar and did not publicly stand up for the star.

This is what Timberlake said on his Instagram.

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