Justin Timberlake is still talking about Britney Spears. Well, sort of.
The singer released his memoir titled Hindsight: & All the Things I Can’t See in Front of Me and in it he’s still crying a river about his much publicized break-up with Britney in the early 2000s. For those who don’t remember, it was like Justin Bieber splitting with Selena Gomez, only 10 times more crazy.
Justin revealed that making that breakup anthem “Cry Me A River” took him only two hours and as he’s said repeatedly before — breaking up with Spears made him feel “scorned.”
“I’ve been scorned. I’ve been pissed off. I wrote ‘Cry Me a River’ in two hours. I didn’t plan on writing it,” he writes in the memoir, which arrived earlier this week.
“The feelings I had were so strong that I had to write it, and I translated my feelings into a form where people could listen and, hopefully, relate to it. People heard me and they understood it because we’ve all been there,” the Man of the Woods singer continues in the new book.
Well, the iconic track won Justin a Grammy in 2004 but still, almost SIXTEEN years later — he still feels a type of way.