Ginuwine Disputes Britney Spears' Justin Timberlake Claims in Viral Memoir

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In the wake of Britney Spears' best-selling memoir, "The Woman in Me", singer Ginuwine is challenging one of the explosive anecdotes involving Justin Timberlake.

The Princess of Pop, at 42, unveiled her memoir earlier this fall, sharing intimate details of her past relationship with the musician and "Trolls" star. One particular narrative gained attention as it involved Timberlake supposedly adopting a "blaccent" during an encounter with Ginuwine. The moment gained viral status, notably propelled by narrator Michelle Williams' vivid retelling in the audiobook.

However, Ginuwine has stepped forward to question the accuracy of Britney's recollection.

According to the memoir, Timberlake allegedly "tried too hard" to connect with Black musicians, with Britney citing an encounter with Ginuwine as evidence. She wrote, "J got all excited and said, so loud, ‘Oh yeah, fo shiz, fo shiz! Ginuwiiiine! What’s up, homie,’” creating a buzzworthy soundbite.

Ginuwine, responding to the claims, expressed skepticism during an interview with People. "Yeah, yeah, I definitely heard about it. People were calling about that," he acknowledged. "But I can tell you I don't remember that happening. I truly don't remember that happening. If Justin would've did something like that, I probably would've looked at him like, 'Why are you acting like that?'"

The artist went on to emphasize, "If he did that, that would be something that I would remember. That would've definitely stuck out. So nah, I don't remember that happening."

As the public awaits further developments in this unfolding narrative, questions arise about the reliability of celebrity memoirs and the intricate dynamics of the music industry.

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