Justin Timberlake References #MeToo, Black Lives Matter In Eerie ‘Supplies’ Music Video

Justin Timberlake has treated fans to the second of four singles he promised ahead of the release of his eagerly anticipated album Man of the Woods next month.

Timberlake, 36, unveiled his brand new music video for latest track “Supplies” on Wednesday, and the Dave Meyers-directed clip certainly doesn’t disappoint.

The musician starts off the vid by sitting in a dark room in front of an array of TV screens, each showing footage of different headlines, referencing the likes of the #MeToo movement, the Harvey Weinstein scandal, and the Black Lives Matter marches.

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JT is joined by Eiza Gonzalez Reyna and Pharrell Williams in the eerie video, which also sees him surrounded by men and women in white futuristic gowns before he eventually ends up in a town filled with burning torches.

The clip ends with Timberlake and Reyna, who plays his lover in the vid, standing behind a group of children, as one tells the camera to “die already.”

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Watch the full music video in the clip above and check out the the reaction to JT’s first single, “Filthy”, below:

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