Justin's Sick Of Clothes Being Torn Off!

11 October 2006

Justin Timberlake has no plans of becoming a wrinkly popstar performer. The 'SexyBack' singer claims he will quit the pop world before he becomes too old whip out his signature dance moves on stage.

"I don't want to be jumping around on stage 10 years from now," admitted Justin.

Perhaps Justin's wish to quit performing has more to do with the way he has been treated in the past. He explains "I've had bottles of pee thrown at me, and had girls try to tear my clothes off."


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