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Justin Timberlake Offends Organization With New Song

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Justin Timberlake can typically do no wrong. Unfortunately his new song has angered a prominent national organization.

Timberlake began streaming his new single ‘Take Back the Night’ on Friday and national anti-sexual violence group “Take Back the Night’ has said the singer never asked for permission to use the name.

The group’s problem with the song goes further than the title. A representative said the “lyrics are definitely very sexual and not at all clearly anti-sexual violence.”

Timberlake for his part has said its all a simple misunderstanding and he never heard of the group before writing the song. However, the organization ‘Take Back the Night’ dates back to 1975.

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