Without pausing his performance, the singer expertly swats away the fan's hand and moves to the other side of the stage.
Justin Timberlake got annoyed when a fan grabbed his butt during his concert in Philadelphia earlier this week. In a video that has just been uploaded by a YouTube user named Jacqueline Gazsi, the singer is seen in the middle of performing "Cabaret" onstage when the incident happens.
A fan, presumably a girl, appears to grab Timberlake from behind. The 33-year-old entertainer, however, manages to keep his cool as he expertly swats away the fan's hand without pausing his performance. After removing the grabby fan's hand, he moves to the other side of the stage and finishes the song.
A few months ago during a concert in the same city, Timberlake spotted a fan in the audience giving him a middle finger. In another video that emerged online earlier this week, the "Suit & Tie" singer is shown handling the situation like a pro.
"Why are you flipping me off? You got second row to flip me the bird? That makes no f**king sense," he says to the fan. "You wanted me to see it? But you're in the second row! You didn't have to flip me off. I see you in the second row."
He then flips off the entire audience and tells them to return the gesture. "That's also the weirdest moment I've ever had with a crowd," he jokes.
Timberlake is in his ongoing tour which was launched to support his latest album, "The 20/20 Experience - The Complete Experience". Last week, he was forced to postpone a concert in New York's Madison Square Garden due to his health issue. He later delayed another show in Bufallo for ensuing scheduling reasons.