Britney Spears’ 2011 track ‘Selfish’ is charting higher than Justin Timberlake’s new song of same name
On Friday, Britney Spears’ 2011 track “Selfish” from her seventh album “Femme Fatale” claimed the top spot on the US iTunes chart. Interestingly, this triumph overshadowed a new song with the same title released by her ex-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake, just the day before.
The ongoing chart battle reflects the enduring impact of Spears’ high-profile past with Timberlake, as revealed in the 2021 documentary “Framing Britney Spears” and her memoir, “The Woman In Me.”
The documentary shed light on their decades-old romance, revealing Spears’ account of the publicized breakup with Timberlake, highlighting both parties’ infidelity. Spears also shared personal struggles, including her awareness of Timberlake’s indiscretions and the emotional toll of their relationship, including a revelation about having an abortion.
The renewed focus on their past, sparked by the documentary, led to a public apology from Timberlake, acknowledging his past actions and expressing remorse, especially to Britney Spears.
The impact of these revelations continues to resonate with Spears’ devoted fanbase, who rallied around her during the #FreeBritney movement. The recent chart success of “Selfish” showcases the unwavering support Spears receives from her fans, emphasizing the enduring impact of her personal journey on her music and public image.
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