Justin Timberlake apologizes after video showing botched dance moves went viral


Justin Timberlake has apologized on social media after a clip of him dancing during a recent performance went viral for all the wrong reasons.

The singer performed at Pharrell’s Something in the Water music festival in Washington DC last weekend and tried his hand at the “Beat Your Feet” dance, which is native to the area. The dance was born from the local go-go scene, music characterized by a beat that doesn’t stop and goes from one song to the next.

Unfortunately, Timberlake’s moves were subpar and compared to the Hokey Pokey.

“DC, I want to apologize to you for two reasons,” the singer said in an Instagram Story as he trained the camera on his feet. “Here and here! I had a long talk with both of them individually and I said, ‘Don’t ever do that to me again.'”

“Maybe it was the khakis, it was a real khaki vibe. But I’ll make it up to you. I’m going to focus on these two guys right here and get them right,” he added, gesturing to his feet.

In the stories that followed, the 41-year-old shared some of the TikToks that made fun of his moves.

recordings of The social network The star’s moves were widely mocked on social media, with one critic writing, “Justin Timberlake said ‘DC hit your feet’ and continued with the hokey pokey.”


“I’m still laughing at Justin Timberlake’s video on Something in the Water, the ‘DC! Hit your feet!’ and he continued to give us nothing but Dad Moves,” wrote another on Twitter.

“I know damn well @jtimberlake didn’t just say ‘DC beat your feet’ and brake [sic] into a friggin’ sea shanty at #SomethingInTheWater,” said another.

Timberlake recently sold its entire catalog of songs, valued at over $100 million (£75.5 million).

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/justin-timberlake-apology-dance-video-b2107477.html Justin Timberlake apologizes after video showing botched dance moves went viral


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