Justin Timberlake ‘Reminded’ To Keep Halftime Performance Clean

The Parents Television Council wrote a letter to Justin Timberlake, reminding him that he should keep the halftime performance family-friendly.

By nowproducerdave on January 31, 2018
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Yep, the Parents Television Council has written a letter to Justin Timberlake, and asked him to remember to keep the Super Bowl Halftime performance clean, because, you know, he has a history of being so unfit for children and all. Obvious sarcasm, but the letter was real.

The Parents Television Council wrote an open letter to JT, and in the letter they remind him about the famous wardrobe malfunction from 14 years ago, and also remind him that there are kids watching, and that a repeat offense isn’t a good idea. “We ask you to keep the halftime show friendly and safe for the children watching,” the letter says.

I don’t know, I mean sure, something like that doesn’t need to happen again, obviously, it was a big issue, but is it just me, or does the letter sound a little condescending? It’s as if they’re saying “You, we know you’re planning to have strippers on the stage or something, you better not do that!” And then when nothing “salacious” happens during the performance, they’re going to take credit for it like “Yep, we convinced him not to do anything sexy and he listened to us.” Eh, maybe we’re reading too much into it. Check out the full letter they wrote here.

Justin has already been on the record saying that he’s still apologizing for that wardrobe malfunction, but that he and Janet Jackson are on good terms, and we think he’s already made it pretty clear that nothing like that is going to happen again.

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