Ginuwine reacts to Justin Timberlake ‘fo shiz’ incident in Britney Spears’ memoir

Ginuwine finally addressed the viral part of Britney Spears’ bombshell memoir, where she claimed her ex Justin Timberlake used a “blaccent” when he first met the R&B star.

“I definitely heard about it. People were calling about that. But I can tell you I don’t remember that happening,” the “Pony” singer, 53, told People in an interview published Thursday.

“I truly don’t remember that happening.”

Ginuwine — born Elgin Lumpkin — said if he would’ve heard the *NSYNC frontman, 42, doing “something like that,” he would have questioned him about it.

“I probably would’ve looked at him like, ‘Why are you acting like that?’” he said.

“If he did that, that would be something that I would remember. That would’ve definitely stuck out. So nah, I don’t remember that happening.”

After the release of the Princess of Pop’s memoir, “The Woman In Me,” in October, the part about Timberlake speaking differently around black artists went viral online.

Ginuwine finally addressed the viral part of Britney Spears’ bombshell memoir, where she claimed her ex Justin Timberlake used a “blaccent” when he first met the R&B star. Getty Images FOR ESSENCE
“I definitely heard about it. People were calling about that. But I can tell you I don’t remember that happening,” the “Pony” singer told People. Getty Images

In the excerpt — which was narrated by Michelle Williams — Spears, 42, described her then-boyfriend’s band, *NSYNC, as “white boys” who “loved hip-hip” and “hung out with black artists.”

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The mom of two said that “separated them” from other bands such as the Backstreet Boys.

“Sometimes I thought they tried too hard to fit in,” she wrote.

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The Princess of Pop claimed in her memoir that the “Cry Me a River” singer and his band, *NSYNC, “tried too hard to fit in.” AP
“‘Oh, yeah! Fo shiz, fo shiz, Ginuwine! What’s up, homie?’” Spears claimed her then-boyfriend said to the R&B singer. Getty Images

“One day J and I were in New York, going to parts of town I’d never been to before,” Spears added.

“Walking our way was a guy with a huge, blinged-out medallion. He was flanked by two giant security guards. J got all excited and said so loud, ‘Oh, yeah! Fo shiz, fo shiz, Ginuwine! What’s up, homie?’”

Spears wrote that after the “So Anxious” crooner walked away, her assistant, Felicia, did an impersonation of Timberlake and he “wasn’t even embarrassed.”

Spears and Timberlake dated from 1999 to 2002. WireImage

“He just took it and looked at her like, ‘OK, f-k you Fe,’” she said.

Elsewhere in the book, the Grammy winner accused her ex — whom she dated from 1999 to 2002 — of cheating on her and urging her to get an abortion during their relationship.

Timberlake has not publicly spoken out about the memoir but he was reportedly “not at all happy” about it.

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