Britney Spears Takes Aim at Justin Timberlake: ‘Are You Going to Run Home and Cry to Your Mom Like Last Time?

Britney Spears

The singer attempted to defuse the historic fight with her ex-partner this week through her networks, but he refused to accept the ceasefire, and the “Baby… One More Time” singer retaliated.

He assisted in making her more sexualized and boasted to the public that he was the first male to engage in sexual activity with her. Justin Timberlake apologized when his attitude was retracted decades later, but this week, during one of the concerts he organized to help Britney Spears resurrect her career, he once again behaved foolishly.

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Timberlake Performance

When the pop princess heard him speak, she responded angrily, shooting, “Are you going to run out and cry with your mother like you did last time, or are you going to take him to court?”

This latest round of competition between the two singers started on Wednesday while Timberlake was performing in latest York at Irving Plaza. He began, “I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to absolutely no one,” before breaking into his 2002 smash song, “Cry Me a River,” which was motivated by rumors that Britney had cheated on him.

After The Woman In Me, a book that gathers the artist’s most striking memories, went on sale, Jessica Biel’s husband broke the silence about his ex-partner with these remarks. In the book, she claims that during her relationship with her partner from The Mickey Mouse Club, he decided to have an abortion because he didn’t want to be a father.

Divorce from Timberlake

“It was unexpected, but it wasn’t tragic in my opinion. She was incredibly in love with Justin. “Justin was not happy about the pregnancy,” the speaker continued. “I always hoped that one day we would have a family together, but that would have been much sooner than I had anticipated.” He claimed that we were too young and not ready to become parents.

Had I been left to my own devices, I never would have taken that action. It remains among the most excruciating experiences of my life to this day. But after her divorce from Timberlake in 2002, she met Kevin Federline, with whom she had her two boys, Sean Preston, 18, and James, 17 years old.

Shortly after the passages from the book were made public by American media, hundreds of users shared a song that Spears had released at the time, which now has fresh significance in light of her recent remarks.

Everytime Song

The song is called “Everytime,” which was featured on the singer’s 2003 album In The Zone. “Look at me, and grasp my hand.” Even though our love is great, why are we strangers? Why go on without me? I also fall every time I try to fly. When my wings are gone, I feel so little. Spears and Annette Stamatelatos penned the song, which starts, “I guess I need you, baby.”

And goes on: “And I see your face each time I see you in my fantasies. She is after me. Yes, sweetie, I think I need you. I act as though you are present. It is the exclusive route. How did I get here? I can’t seem to fly, yet you appear to move with ease.

When my wings are gone, I feel so little. Yes, sweetie, I think I need you. (*) It might have caused the rain. Pardon me, please. You were hurt by my weakness, and this song is my way of saying I’m sorry. I hope that your face will soon disappear at night.

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