American singer Justin Timberlake has apologized to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson. He does this after the release of a documentary Britney Spears framing. He says he abandoned them.
“I am deeply sorry for the times I contributed to the problem, spoke out outside the bend, or did not advocate what was right,” Timberlake wrote. “I realized that in these moments I fell short and benefited from a system that tolerates misogyny and racism.”
He specifically apologizes to his ex-girlfriends Britney Spears and Janet Jackson. “I care about these women and I respect them. I know I failed.
Since the release of the documentary Britney Spears framing Justin Timberlake has been criticized for the way he acted after the breakup. They had a relationship between 1999 and 2002. In the interviews, for example, he discussed their sexuality. He sang with Janet Jackson at the 2004 Super Bowl, where he accidentally revealed the singer’s chest on live TV. The incident caused a sensation. Janet Jackson was specifically targeted.
“I care deeply about the well-being of the people I love or have loved,” Timberlake says. “I can and will do better.”
Meanwhile, Britney Spears is still fighting a legal battle against her father. She doesn’t want him to run her business anymore. A US court ruled yesterday that James Spears can no longer manage his daughter’s finances alone. He now has to work with a dedicated fund manager, Bessemer Trust. Father Spears has been managing his daughter’s finances for several years, ever since she began experiencing “mental issues”.
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