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Justin Timberlake Brings Charity Back To Memphis

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timberlake.jpgHoping that future aspiring singers get the same opportunities he did, Justin Timberlake last week split $200,000 between two music organizations in his home town of Memphis, Tennessee. $100,000 went to the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum and the same figure again to the Memphis Music Foundation. From the article,

“Speaking about the donations, Justin said: ‘Music education and keeping the legacy of Memphis music alive has always been important to me. That is why I will always continue to support my hometown the same way they have always supported me.'”

Timberlake is currently in Memphis filming the independent film The Open Road — you can also see him make a cameo in the new Mike Meyers comedy The Love Guru.

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