The New York Times documentary, Framing Britney, was released on Jan. Posted in Hulu February, and Justin Timberlake is already facing backlash over his previous treatment of Britney Spears

Although the documentary was intended to examine the #FreeBritney movement and its ongoing conservatory, fans have particularly focused on part of the document that re-examined their relationship with the former member of * NSYNC, which lasted from 1998 to 2002 After one of the most dramatic breakups in pop history, Spear’s reputation was hit heavily

The film describes how Timberlake pushed the narrative that Spears had betrayed on him – and the public setback was severe, “The way people treated them for being a very good school was when she would be the school bitch and he would be the quarterback, “says NYT critic Wesley Morris in the film

Morris suggests Timberlake armed his music video for “Cry Me a River” to blame Spears. It’s almost terrifying to hear Timberlake, the supposed victim, make fun of sex with Spears in a slippery radio interview after the breakup that is featured in the documentation

“Justin Timberlake did a lot of apologies for, but his treatment of Britney is high on the list,” one Twitter user wrote. “I want a public apology and recognition of the harm done he has done ”

It should be noted that in 2006, a full four years after their split, Timberlake released another potential diss track, “What Goes Around Comes Around, “while Spears publicly struggled with her second divorce and sobriety

Fans also ponder how the pop star has been treated throughout her career – from incessant questions from the press about her virginity and body to the misogynistic response to her breakup with Timberlake

The documentary highlights a 2003 interview with Diane Sawyer in which the broadcast journalist apparently substantiated a quote from the former governor of Maryland’s Mrs. Kendel Ehrlich and stated that she would shoot Britney Spears if she had the opportunity, “Oh, That’s awful. That’s really bad, “replied Spears to the quote” Because of the example for children and how difficult it is to be parents, “replied Sawyer

“I wish I knew better personally,” tweeted Terron Moore. “It’s downright terrifying to see what we as a culture have done to this woman who deserves absolutely none of it”

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Framing Britney

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