JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE found his way out of the woods, to finally acknowledge and issue an apology to Janet Jackson for that Superbowl Snafoo (back in 2004, literally 17 years ago), and his relationship and treatment towards ex-girlfriend Britney Spears.
FRAMING BRITNEY on Hulu, has caused the #FreeBritney movement to blaze social media - pushing for her father's conservatorship over her to be ended. The campaign seems to be successful after a judge ruled that Jamie Spears (father) could no longer have complete and absolute power over the management of her finances.
The 39-year-old pop star gained an outpour of support after the Hulu documentary premiered on February 5, 2021.
The questions quickly arose, why did it take so long to receive any peep from the former N'Sync frontman. IN former interviews, it was made clear by Timberlake that the song "Cry Me a River" was originally written in just a few hours about Spears.
A huge revelation from that documentary also showed the abuse Spears received from the media at that time.
This video clearly shows the toxicity in Timberlakes' attitude towards both women throughout the years.