Justin Timberlake makes a much-needed apology for his khakis in this viral dance video


It’s been less than a week since Justin Timberlake went viral for an awkward dance routine while performing in Washington DC, and on Wednesday, June 22, the star issued a hilarious apology.

“DC, I want to apologize to you for two reasons: here and here,” he said in a video posted to his Instagram Stories, zooming the camera to a close-up of his feet. “I had a long talk with both of them, individually, and said to them, ‘Don’t ever do that to me again. “”

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The “Cry Me a River” singer also pointed out the pair of khaki pants that TikTok fans were making fun of him for. “Maybe it was the khakis. It was a real khaki vibe,” he joked.

JT concluded by swearing that his feet will “make it” in the future, adding a series of social media memes to prove he’s really in on the joke.

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The viral incident happened on Saturday, June 18, when Timberlake took the stage at Pharrell’s Something in the Water music festival wearing a short-sleeved green button-up shirt and khaki pants, with orange sneakers, giving the ultimate dad vibe as a father of two. During her performance, the star attempted a Beat Ya Feet style dance, but ended up getting ridiculed on TikTok for her moves.

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“Me after a few drinks thinking I did something,” one user joked in the comments, while another wrote, “Dad to a wedding dance guy.”

Watch Timberlake’s Instagram Story apology before it disappears here.

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