With May arriving yesterday, it can mean merely one thing – it’s time for that meme of Justin Timberlake saying: “It’s gonna be May.”
Britney Spears‘ fans surmise the vocalist is the perfect person to replace the former* Nsync member and they’ve got the memes to prove it.
Normally, 1 May attends a huge influx of memes peculiarity Timberlake singing the 2000 hit’ It’s Gonna Be Me’ – in which he declares the last word in a manner that voices more like’ may’.
And while it seemed like one viral joke that perfectly refused to die, fans of Britney think it could be time for him to move aside.
Posting on social media, supporters shared memes featuring Britney, while others simply refused to share Timberlake’s likeness again.
The memes come after Timberlake faced a serious backlash over his behaviour, following revealings in this year’s documentary
Framing Britney Spears concerning his break-up with Britney.
Viewers accused Timberlake of clearing Britney out to be the devil after their 2002 break-up.
One exasperated Britney fan said: “Justin Timberlake took all the advantages of the sh **** misogyny and double better standards of the early 00 s for his own gain.
“Without Brit, there’s no him. He was absolutely nothing special. Still aint s ***. # FreeBritney”
Another wrote: “Wow, I’m really here for the Britney Spears documentary announce Justin Timberlake on his absolute policemen ***. ”
He was also censured for the path he treated the furore started after his infamous Super Bowl 2004 rendition alongside Janet Jackson.
Timberlake apologised following the criticism, saying in a statement: “I’ve seen the words, calls, notes, and concerns and I want to respond. I am passionately sorry for the times in “peoples lives” where my activities contributed to the problem, where I spoke out of turn, or did not speak up for what was right.
“I is clear that I falls far short in these instants and in many others and benefited from a organisation that forgives misogyny and racism.
“I specific want to apologise to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson both independently, because I care for and respect these women and I know I failed.
“I also feel compelled to respond, in part, because everyone involved deserves better and most importantly, because this is a larger conversation that I wholeheartedly want to be part of and germinate from.”