Halfway Into Justin Timberlake’s Birthday and No NSYNC Members Have Tweeted Him
We can all agree Justin Randall Timberlake’s second year as a tricenarian was a fruitful one. He payed SNL a memorable visit, scored a major motion picture, released his first single in seven years, and got friggin’ married.
But does all of this matter when the boys who you grew up with—who “knew you when”—give you the electronic cold shoulder on your birthday? We’re speaking, naturally, of Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Joey Fatone, his former NSYNC bandmates. As of the time this article was published, none of them has tweeted at JT. No, not even Lance.
@driverminnie happy bday woman hope all is well !
— Joey Fatone (@realjoeyfatone) January 31, 2013
That’s right, folks. Joey had time to wish Minnie “I got her number, how do you like them apples” Driver a bon anniversaire, but no amour for Justin.
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