Spears deleted an Instagram post in which she said she was sorry if she “offended any of the people I really care about” after Timberlake appeared to respond during a concert.
Friday, February 2, 2024 at 11:07 pm, United Kingdom
Britney Spears has apparently launched an attack on her ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake after she apologized for things she wrote about him in her autobiography.
The 42-year-old singer First, he shared a post on Instagram on Sunday, Saying she was sorry if she had “offended any of the people I really care about.” In her memoir, “The Woman Within Me.”
The book was published in October, She revealed that she had an abortion While dating the former NSYNC star.
Spears posted the apology along with a clip of Justin Timberlake Singing on Saturday Night Live, he added: “I also wanted to say that I love Justin Timberlake's new song 'Selfish' it's so good and how come every time I see Justin and Jamie together I laugh so hard?”
She has since deleted the apology and accompanying posts after Timberlake appeared to respond during his concert in New York on Wednesday.
In a video recorded during his performance at Irving Plaza, Timberlake can be heard telling the audience: “I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to absolutely anyone.”
Spears deleted her apology and then appeared to respond to Timberlake in another message on Thursday.
It read: “Someone told me someone was talking about me in the streets!!! Do you want to take the matter to court or will you go home crying in front of your mother like you did last time??? I'm not sorry!!!”
Spears was 17 years old when she started dating Timberlake in 1999 after they met at the Mickey Mouse Club, which served as a launching pad for many celebrities including Christina Aguilera and Ryan Gosling.
The couple was together until 2002.
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In her memoir, Spears described the unplanned pregnancy as a “surprise.”
“For me, it wasn't a tragedy. But Justin definitely wasn't happy about the pregnancy. He said we weren't ready to have a child in our lives, that we were too young,” she wrote.
“If it had been left to me alone, I would never have done it.”
She also described the miscarriage as “one of the most painful things I've ever gone through in my life.”
Timberlake's response sparked backlash on social media from many Spears fans, some of whom attempted to spread the hashtag “#canceljustintimberlake.”
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