Viral Video Of The Day: Justin Timberlake’s Hilarious Response To A Fan Giving Him The Finger

During a performance in Philadelphia back in November, Justin Timberlake spotted a bird…but it wasn’t an Eagle!

While on stage, JT was engaging in a little bit of banter with the crowd and suddenly noticed that a fan in the second row was making inappropriate hand gestures at him.

“Why are you flipping me off?” Timberlake asks incredulously in a video captured by another concert goer. “You got second row to flip me the bird?”


The singer then seems to come to the understanding that the fan was simply trying to get his attention, but then reasons, “You’re in the second row! You don’t have to flip me off – I see you in the second row!”

The whole situation culminates in Timberlake doing a hilarious impression of the audience member and then encouraging everyone to hold up their middle fingers, calling it the “weirdest moment [he’s] ever had with a crowd.”

At the time the video was captured, Timberlake was performing in Philly on his 20/20 Experience World Tour, which is set to hit Detroit on July 28 when the singer plays The Palace of Auburn Hills. Hopefully, the middle fingers are kept to a minimum at that show!

Check out the video (language and content may be NSFW) and be sure to leave us with your thoughts below! 


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