Justin Timberlake trolls himself over viral dancing video

Justin Timberlake trolls himself over viral dancing video

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Justin Timberlake needs he might “Take Again the Night time” he tried to do the Beat Ya Ft dance in Washington, D.C.

The singer took to Instagram on Wednesday to jokingly apologize to his followers for his moderately uncoordinated wanting strikes which have since gone viral on social media.

“DC, I need to apologize to you for 2 causes,” the singer stated as he flashed the digital camera in the direction of his toes. “Right here and right here! I had a protracted speak with each of them, individually, and stated ‘don’t you ever try this to me once more.’”

“Possibly it was the khakis, it was an actual khaki vibe. However I’m going to make this as much as you. I’m going to deal with these two guys proper right here, and get them proper,” he stated pointing down at his toes.

The singer concluded the humorous message telling his 62.5 million followers that he cherished them.

Timberlake seemed laid again within the video, carrying navy joggers, a white t-shirt and silver chains.

Justin Timberlake apology video.
Timberlake flashed the digital camera to his toes saying he talked with every foot “individually” in regards to the lack of coordination.
Instagram/ Justin Timberlake

After his apology, the 41-year-old reposted a number of movies of followers mocking the singer’s awkward strikes from the One thing within the Water Music competition. After his efficiency Saturday evening, “The Social Community” actor was blasted on social media as followers claimed his rendition of the favored D.C. dance seemed extra just like the “hokey pokey” than the widespread step.

Justin Timberlake dancing
Followers claimed he had “no swag left” after his try on the D.C. dance.

Fortunately, Timberlake was in a position to snigger at himself following the criticism and work on getting that three step kick down- particularly if he plans to fill in for Hugh Jackman on Broadway this 12 months.

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