Twitterati mocks Justin Timberlake for awkward dance moves

Twitterati mocks Justin Timberlake for awkward dance moves
Twitterati mocks Justin Timberlake for awkward dance moves

Fans of the 41-year-old singer seemed unimpressed by Timberlake’s bizarre dance moves.

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By: Mohnish Singh

Twitter users brutally mocked American singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake for his bizarre dance moves at a music festival.

The ‘Cry Me a River’ singer recently matched steps to the song ‘Beat Ya Feet’ at the Something in the Water music festival recently held in Washington DC, the New York Post reported. However, fans of the 41-year-old singer seemed unimpressed by Timberlake’s bizarre dance moves. Videos of her clumsy dance soon circulated on social media and Twitter was flooded with reactions, mocking the singer.

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“JT didn’t just say ‘stampe your feet’ and proceeded to dance and jump in the river. Boy, if you don’t get your ass off the stage…” one Twitter user wrote.

“Justin Timberlake said ‘DC tap your feet’ and proceeded to do the hokey pokey,” another tweeted.

“Justin Timberlake dancing on #SITW is a cross between a black dude at a cookout and an irish dance on the river and no I won’t explain this further,” another user wrote.

Timberlake wore a light green button-down shirt, pairing it with khaki pants and orange sneakers during his performance at the festival, the New York Post reported.

However, the singer was also teased for his choice of clothing.

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“Justin Timberlake still thinks he has some style left in him while wearing those Old Navy khakis on stage,” one Twitter user commented.

The music festival that took place on June 17, 18 and 19 featured performances by other artists including Anderson, Paak, Raveena, Post Malone and Denzel Curry, to name a few, the New York Post reported. However, the three-day event was plagued with many technical problems, disorganized performances and heavy traffic.

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