Janet Jackson breaks silence after Justin Timberlake’s 17-years-too-late apology: ‘I began to cry’
Janet Jackson broke her silence after Justin Timberlake delivered a vague but sober apology to both her and Britney Spears.
In 2004, Timberlake tore Jackson’s outfit during a Super Bowl halftime performance, exposing her breast and setting off fierce backlash that heavily impacted her career.
Timberlake was dubbed the “Teflon man” by pundits after the ensuing controversy barely made a dent in his career prospects, and later criticised for not doing more to defend Jackson.
Almost 17 years to the day later, Timberlake finally apologised. His words were criticised by many for being too little, too late, but to Jackson, it appears, they hit home.
Jackson, 54, appeared to respond to Timberlake on 13 February in an emotional Twitter video captioned: “Thank u.”
“I was at home just the other day
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