Jermaine Dupri has criticized Justin Timberlake in his new autobiography for not supporting Janet Jackson after her "wardrobe malfunction" during the 2004 Superbowl.
It appears that war of words will soon begin between Jermaine Dupri and Justin Timberlake. The music producer and sometime solo artist has taken a shot at the pop singer in his new autobiography, entitled "Young, Rich and Dangerous," for not supporting Janet Jackson after her "wardrobe malfunction" during the 2004 Superbowl.
Goes off to blast JT for his lack of star power, Dupri writes "I think Justin Timberlake is a talented performer. But he's very ordinary-looking. He could be any skinny white kid from the suburbs of Orlando. You could go to the mall and find another Justin. He doesn't make his style interesting, even when he's on-stage. To me, he just doesn't look like a star."
Dupri's 309-page book, "Young, Rich and Dangerous: My Life in Music," is said to chronicle the music mogul's journey in the music industry and the establishment of his record label, So So Def Recordings. It is slated to hit stores this month via Atria Books and will retail for $24.95.
Dupri and girlfriend Janet have been living together and are reported to be engaged.