Justin Timberlake is set to perform at the Superbowl half-time show in February.
The singer famously appeared at the event back in 2004, where a wardrobe malfunction saw him accidentally tear Janet Jackson's costume, exposing her nipple in the process.
Sponsors Pepsi have invited Justin Timberlake to return to the scene of the crime, with news breaking across social media a few hours ago:
The news didn't please everyone, however. Janet Jackson was largely ostracised after the 2004 performance, yet Justin Timberlake's career survived with a cheeky glint in his eye. The new move has been viewed by some fans as an example of white privilege in the arts, and journalist Ernest Owens didn't hold back...
.@jtimberlake still ensuring white privilege remains in style in 2017. Meanwhile, Janet Jackson is still left in the cold.— Ernest Owens (@MrErnestOwens) October 23, 2017
My only request is that you don't perform any of the music inspired by her brother or any Black artist.
You love our culture, but disrespect our people. https://t.co/VTVWiGponv
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