HOT: Justin Timberlake is reportedly very mad that his drama with Britney Spears is “overshadowing his new music KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, February 2, 2024

HOT: Justin Timberlake is reportedly very mad that his drama with Britney Spears is “overshadowing his new music

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Justin Timberlake is reportedly very mad that his drama with Britney Spears is “overshadowing his new music.

The Palmer actor hoped the drama from her memoir The Woman in Me would fade from everyone’s memory as he embarked on this big comeback. Clearly, that did not happen. What Justin failed to understand is the likelihood of Britney Army ever forgiving and forgetting the bombshell allegations is slim as they ride or die for the Toxic singer. And he only made the situation worse when he told everyone he wanted to apologize “to absolutely f**king nobody.”

Justin Timberlake said it himself: "What goes around... comes around."

According to Page Six, a source close to the Trolls star says he is "seething" because he believes the drama surrounding his ex-girlfriend Britney Spears is "overshadowing his new music."

“Justin had hoped the backlash (from Spears’ memoir) would’ve blown over by now so that he could focus on his new album, which he’s very excited about," the source told the publication. "But every day is something new."


You know by now that the 43-year-old singer is gearing up to release his first album in nearly six years, Everything I Thought It Was, next month. To kick off this next era, he dropped the track Selfish. However, Britney Spears fans were determined to sabotage the comeback single! And they successfully got the pop sensation’s 2011 song of the same name to the top of the iTunes charts!

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