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Janet Jackson’s brothers express gratitude to Justin Timberlake for apologising at the Super Bowl

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Janet Jackson super bowl : ‘It takes a man to go up and do something like thatTito, Marlon, and Jackie Jackson congratulated Justin Timberlake for finally apologising to Janet Jackson for their 2004 Super Bowl halftime performance.

On SiriusXM’s “Radio Andy” on Wednesday, the trio discussed the mea culpa and expressed gratitude for his long-awaited comments.

“You know, it takes a man to step up and do that,” Marlon remarked, “so we thank him for doing that.”

“But we’d prefer to move forward because the hatred about it was out there,” Marlon, 64, stated.

“However, as they used to say in the old days, you’re still in the public eye as long as they’re talking about you, good or bad.”

“We appreciate what you done, Justin,” Marlon added.

Jackie, 70, went on to say how good it was that the “”Because it kind of affected Janet in the past,” the “Can’t Stop the Feeling” crooner publicly apologised. So it means a lot for him to speak up and express that.”

Following the publication of the documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” which shed light on his maltreatment of Spears following their 2002 breakup, Timberlake, 40, issued a lengthy apology to both Britney Spears and the “If” vocalist.

Timberlake added, “I am truly sorry for the instances in my life where my actions contributed to the situation, where I talked out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right.”

After fans slammed him, he responded, “I accept that I fell short in these times and many others and benefited from a system that condones misogyny and bigotry.”

“I want to personally apologise to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson, because I care for and respect these ladies, and I know I failed,” he concluded.

“I also feel obligated to answer, in part, because everyone involved deserves more, and, most importantly, because this is part of a bigger conversation in which I sincerely want to participate and grow.”

The “Rhythm Nation” singer has yet to respond to Timberlake’s apologies in public.

Janet Jackson’s followers have long accused Timberlake of putting her under the bus during their controversial halftime show performance, during which he exposed her breast on stage.

As Timberlake’s burgeoning solo career skyrocketed, Jackson’s career took a significant hit, with CBS’ Les Moonves apparently blackballing her from the business.

He told MTV in 2006: “If it’s a 50-50 split, I’m definitely responsible for 10% of the guilt. Women in America, I believe, are treated more harshly.

I believe that ethnic minorities in America are treated unfairly.”

In the same year, Jackson, now 54, told Oprah Winfrey that she believes Timberlake did abandon her.

“The focus was entirely on me, not Justin. We used to be buddies… And I’m a pretty loyal person who values friendship, and there are some things you just don’t do to friends “she stated.

In April, Page Six exclusively revealed that Timberlake and Janet’s Super Bowl saga would be the subject of a documentary called “Framing Britney Spears.”

“It’ll all be about the backlash and the suits who f–ked over Janet [at] Viacom,” a source claimed, referring to the corporation that owns MTV, which produced the halftime performance, and CBS, which broadcast the game.

“They’re contacting everyone who was engaged, including dancers, stylists, and directors. Hello, everyone “according to the source

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