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Justin Timberlake has finally been invited back to the Super Bowl halftime show, 14 years after the “wardrobe malfunction” with Janet Jackson cause a national controversy.

The NFL announced Sunday night that Timberlake will headline the Super Bowl halftime show Feb. 4 in Minnesota.

This will be the third time for Timberlake to perform at halftime, the most for any entertainer. Timberlake performed at the 2001 Super Bowl with N’Sync, and he sang “Rock Your Body” with Jackson in 2004 in Houston. That performance concluded with Timberlake ripping her costume to reveal her right breast bare except for a nipple shield.

That drew CBS a $550,000 fine from the Federal Communications Commission that was later overturned.

Timberlake has won 10 Grammys, and the Tennessee native also has won four Emmys.

Predictably, Black Twitter was not happy, given the backlash Jackson received after the incident.


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6 thoughts on “Justin Timberlake Heading Back To Super Bowl; Twitter Goes In

  1. How special. Speaking of Hollywood (NOT referring here to Justin or Janet, but to Weinstein, Toback and the rest): The rich and powerful cannot be allowed to cover up crimes with “hush money” or threats from high-priced attorneys. To “help other women” avoid being assaulted it is best to call the police immediately in cases of sexual or other physical assault. ALL violent criminals and sex offenders, including juvenile offenders, should be required to wear GPS tracking devices linked to a public website so we can follow their movements 24/7. They should also be required to submit DNA samples to link them to other crimes, and to assist child support enforcement in tracking down delinquent “deadbeat dads” and track transmission of HIV and other STDs. In all criminal cases, everyone involved-complainants, defendants, and witnesses– should take polygraph exams from independent examiners, to avoid wasting time and taxpayer money on lies. If lawyers on either side suborn perjury they should not only lose their law licenses but be subject to criminal prosecution.

  2. FallMornings on said:

    They probably made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. Don’t know why all the hate from Black folks, we aren’t paying his bills.

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