Justin Timberlake blasted for role in Britney Spears, Janet Jackson downfalls


Now, that is some “Cry Me a River” poetic justice. 

Britney Spears and Janet Jackson followers are just about waterboarding Justin Timberlake with claims the “What Goes Around … Comes Around” crooner doubled because the evil villain in each pop divas’ mid-2000s fairytales. 

“I think the next docuseries should be titled ‘Justin Timberlake: You Ain’t S–t!’ The Britney Spears and Janet Jackson documentaries proves that!!!” tweeted one ticked-off detractor. “Happy to see Justin Timberlake being exposed (again!) because he is only as relevant as he is because he stood on top of powerful females like Britney and Janet,” wrote another

The digital diatribe in opposition to Timberlake, 40, comes in the wake of jolting New York Times documentaries that element the dismantling of 39-year-old Spears’ and 55-year-old Jackson’s respective music careers in the mid-2000s — destructions in which the “SexyBack” singer seemingly performed main roles. 

“Framing Britney Spears” recollects Timberlake’s willingness to subtly scapegoat the “Baby One More Time” songstress for their earth-shattering March 2002 breakup. 

At the time, the previous N’Sync frontman-turned-soloist sensationalized the discharge of his debut album “Justified” by spurring suspicions that Spears cheated on him in interviews and with damning lyrics like: “You don’t have to say what you did / I already know / I found out from him.” He additionally famously employed a Spears doppelgänger to star because the antagonist in visuals for his legendary cuckold-heartbreak hymn. 

Justin Timberlake blasted on Twitter for his alleged roles in Britney Spears' and Janet Jackson's downfalls.
Justin Timberlake was blasted on Twitter for his alleged roles in Britney Spears’ and Janet Jackson’s downfalls.

And when he wasn’t busy calling the “Oops” chanteuse’s loyalty into query, Timberlake would often tease out salacious tidbits about their intercourse life in the media. 

Spears — who was not too long ago released from a 13-year conservatorship held by her father, Jamie Spears — was left to face mass scrutiny, whereas Timberlake was heralded as a champion for bedding the chart-topping magnificence.  

Spears fans are shaming Timberlake for scapegoating her in the media after their breakup in 2002.
Spears followers are shaming Timberlake for allegedly scapegoating her in the media after their breakup in 2002.

And the “Rock Your Body” boomer seemingly had an equally indecent hand in Jackson’s toppling. 

The docuseries “Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson” completely explores his and the “Scream” songstress’ infamous nip-slip throughout their 2004 Super Bowl halftime present efficiency. 

The incident — which noticed Timberlake yank off a bit of Jackson’s costume to momentarily expose her breast — resulted in five-time Grammy-winning megastar Jackson being vilified and shunned by the leisure trade. 

Timberlake, nonetheless, escaped the mishap unscathed. He even made mild of the occasion throughout concert events.  

Twitter critics are also bashing Timberlake for allowing the media to vilify Jackson while he remained unharmed after their Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction.
Twitter critics are additionally bashing Timberlake for presumably permitting the media to vilify Jackson whereas he remained unhurt after their Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction.

But — after a long time of dodging retribution and benefitting from institutionalized racism, sexism and misogyny — his day of reckoning seems to be dawning on Twitter. 

“When Justin Timberlake capitalized Janet Jackson’s misfortune #JusticeForJanet,” an incensed commenter tweeted along with a video of Timberlake joking concerning the Super Bowl drama throughout one in all his exhibits.

Twitter has deemed Timberlake the "epitome of white male privilege in American society."
Twitter has deemed Timberlake the “epitome of white male privilege in American society.”
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“Waiting on a #BritneySpears  and #JanetJackson collab where they both drag Justin Timberlake. I’d play that on a loop. #JusticeForJanet,” a supporter of the female music powerhouses penned

“The biggest take away I learned from the NYT docs about Britney and Janet? Justin Timberlake is the epitome of white male privilege in American society,” ranted another

Representatives for Justin Timberlake didn’t instantly reply to The Post’s request for a touch upon the chaos.