After the release of Justin Timberlake’s new single selfish, fanatics Britney Spears made sure to share some of the spotlight by supporting her song with the same title in the best way possible.
Spears’ song, which was released in 2011, had now surpassed Timberlake’s. selfieh on iTunes. Timberlake’s song made its debut on Thursday. And Spears’ fans were quick to make sure the song didn’t get the No. 1 spot on the iTunes charts on Friday.
Meanwhile, together with her Selfish clue, PEOPLE reports on Spears’ other hits, Oops I did it again and I am a slave 4 U, now occupy the top two spots on the iTunes music video charts. Timberlake’s new track takes the No. 3 spot.
Meanwhile, Timberlake’s song remains in the Top 5 on Spotify in the United States. The song’s place on the Billboard Hot 100 will be revealed on Tuesday. The song is from Timberlake’s upcoming album. Everything I thought I was, which will premiere on March 15.
Timberlake spoke with Zane Lowe about his new song and upcoming album. “I was able, in some of the songs, to look back and have a real, unrefracted perspective of what was like they always say,” he explained. “You always hear that there is never any truth, there is simply everyone’s perspective on what happened.”
Britney Spears recently criticized Justin Timberlake in an Instagram post
The return of Britney Spears Selfish It comes just over a month after Spears clapped back at Justin Timberlake by casually addressing the backlash she received over Spears’ revelations about their relationship in her book. The woman in me.
While performing at the Fontainebleau in Las Vegas, Timberlake gave a “warning” before performing his long-running song. Cry Me A River. The song is rumored to be about Spears and how their relationship ended due to her cheating. During the performance, she declared “No disrespect.”
Britney Spears responded to cheating rumors by writing about what happened. Although she admitted to cheating once with choreographer Wade Robson, she noted that Timberlake had initially agreed to move on from the situation.
However, just before the release of Cry Me a River., Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake called it quits. Spears fully admitted to being hurt by the track. She said that made her a “whore” who had broken the heart of “America’s golden boy.”
After Timberlake’s warning in Las Vegas before starting the performance, Spears criticized him in a since-deleted Instagram post. “I never mentioned how I beat him at basketball,” she wrote in the post, without mentioning Timberlake. “And he cried… No disrespect.”