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Justin Timberlake References Harvey Weinstein and Donald Trump in Dystopian ‘Supplies’ Music Video

Justin Timberlake released the dystopian music video for his new song “Supplies” on Thursday, January 18 — and the catchy tune is going to be stuck in your head all day.

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Justin Timberlake’s video for ‘Supplies.’

The four-minute visual begins with the 36-year-old singer watching a wall of multiple TV screens showing news coverage of various events and political images, including police brutality and anti-Donald Trump protests. One TV in particular shows footage of disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein followed by a protester holding up a “Me Too” sign, while another screen calls to “End Racism Now.”

Timberlake steps outside and runs into Eiza González, who plays his love interest. “Met you out on Broadway / On the hottest night in town,” he sings on the Neptunes-produced track. “We arrived solo / But we were being chased around / Saw you being caught up by some guy you used to know / Step in between you boldly / I’ll say, ‘I’m leaving, do you wanna go?’”

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Justin Timberlake in his video for ‘Supplies.’

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The Baby Driver actress, 27, takes the Grammy winner’s hand as they walk through a religious ritual and participate in a protest with a woman wearing a “P–sy Grabs Back” T-shirt. Pharrell Williams — who produced many of the tracks on Timberlake’s forthcoming album, Man of the Woods — also makes an appearance. (“P–sy Grabs Back” became a rallying cry after Trump bragged about grabbing women “by the p–sy” in a now-infamous 2005 Access Hollywood tape.)

The video takes a turn toward the end of the song’s bridge as the former ’NSync singer and González emerge in a post-apocalyptic world. A young girl caked in dirt walks up to the camera and begs, “Just leave! Die already! You’re still asleep! Wake up! Leave! We’re good!” as the clip cuts to black.

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Justin Timberlake’s video for ‘Supplies.’

“Supplies” follows the January 5 release of Man of the Woods’ first single, “Filthy.” The full album is out February 2, two days before Timberlake performs the Super Bowl halftime show.

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