If there’s anything more talked about than Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake‘s 2004 Super Bowl performance, it’s the aftermath.
And in recent years much of the critique has fallen at the feet of JT, who has been slammed for leaving the legend out to dry by pressing on with his career unscathed while making no mention of the forces at play that impacted Jackson’s trajectory.
So loud has the backlash been of late that in February Timberlake issued a public apology to the Pop queen and cited racism and sexism as variables his privilege ensured he wasn’t affected by.
And while the diva may have scored a hit with ‘Feedback,’ she didn’t offer JT anything of the sort following his declaration.
Now, his manager has allegedly weighed in.
See what we mean below…
It all started when Jackson took to social media to share an empowering message:
“Always choose to heal, not to hurt. To forgive, not to despise. To persevere, not to quit. To smile, not to frown. And to love, not to hate.”
Johnny Wright, the long-time shepherd of Timberlake’s career, allegedly left the following comment underneath:
“You should take this advice and apply it to your relationship with Justin.”
Interestingly, the comment no longer features. As such, is believed to have been removed by either Wright or Jackson.
With that, what are…