Jimmy Fallon wrapped up the first week as a host on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" with a little help from pal Justin Timberlake. In the Friday, February 21 episode of the show, the funnyman brought out the multi-talented singer to perform the fifth installment of their "History of Rap".
The duo excited fans when they grabbed the microphones and showed off their rapping skills while being joined by a backing band. They kicked off the performance with LL Cool J's "I'm Bad" before rapping other tracks including Salt-N-Pepa's "Whatta Man", Kris Kross' "Jump"and Jay-Z's "99 Problems".
They also rapped Drake's "Started from the Bottom", Kendrick Lamar's "Swimming Pool (Drank)" and Kanye West and T-Pain's "Good Life" before ending the performance with Run DMC's "Walk This Way".
Timberlake's appearance on Fallon's "Tonight Show" coincided with his concert tour dates at Madison Square Garden. The show was scheduled to happen on Wednesday, but was pushed back to Friday due to Timberlake's health issue. He later delayed Saturday's concert in Buffalo for ensuing scheduling reasons.
During the interview on the talk show, Timberlake took a moment to apologize to his fans. "Hi Bufallo, I want to say I'm sorry. I'm sorry for postponing my concert his Saturday ... I'm Coming back July 9th, and you better be ready," he said as the band played sad music in the background.
Timberlake's team also announced the cancellation on the star's website, writing, "The rescheduled performance in Buffalo, NY is confirmed for Wednesday, July 9th at First Niagara Center."
They added, "Tickets for the previously scheduled show will be honored at the door. Refunds if necessary are available at point of purchase."