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Britney Spears Praises Justin Timberlake’s New Music

Britney Spears has spoken out in support of her ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake’s new music, after her fans made a huge attempt to overshadow her latest release by pushing one of her old songs back into the charts. .

Last week, Justin unveiled his first solo music in six years, Selfish, prompting Britney’s fans to start buying her 2011 track of the same name, causing it to chart which is higher than his famous ex in many territories.

This happened after a series of revelations about the Circus singer’s relationship with Justin in his 2023 book, The Woman In Me.

On Monday morning, a clip of Justin performing the song with talk show host Jimmy Fallon was posted on Britney’s Instagram page, along with the message: “I want to apologize for some things that I wrote about my book. If I offended any of the people I really care about, I’m sorry.

“I also want to say that I love Justin Timberlake’s new song Selfish… It’s great.”

In recent history, media storm Britney found herself in the middle of the mid-2000s being re-examined. as part of the #FreeBritney movementas there is Justin’s part in his public blasphemy.

Britney reflects on her relationship with Justin Timberlake in her 2023 memoir

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Justin issued a public apology to Britney and Janet Jackson back in 2021, referring to those women he “cared for” and “respected” that “I know I failed”.

“I deeply regret the times in my life where my actions contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or didn’t say what was right,” Justin wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post.

“I understand that I fell victim to these moments and many others and benefited from a system that condones misogyny and racism. I also feel compelled to respond, in part, because everyone involved deserves which is great and most important, because it’s a much bigger conversation that I sincerely want to be a part of and grow from.”

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