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Will Justin Timberlake Take On Justin Bieber Over Public Comments His Labeled Ripped Off His Work

May 11. 2012


Justin Bieber

Many websites and music lovers have been stating, Justin Bieber's new "Girlfriend" song and video, rip off the earlier work of singer Justin Timberlake and his former boyband, NSYNC, released 10-years prior. Timberlake had it out for Bieber long before the copying surfaced and I am told is secretly seething at what has transpired with the teen star's new project. However, due to entertainment industry politics, will Timberlake bite his tongue or try to bite Bieber's head off.

Justin Timberlake

Bieber has effectively replaced Timberlake on the pop scene, as the new prince of pop and is now using his music and videos to finish him off. I don't know about you, but if Timberlake and Bieber fight, for once the Judiciary Report will not be taking the high road and will publish any videos or photos emanating from the beatdown (just teasing).


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