People Turned Super Bowl Sunday into Janet Jackson Appreciation

Janet Jackson has already confirmed that she will not be performing at the Super Bowl alongside former collaborator Justin Timberlake. Some were surprised that Justin was invited back to the event, given the infamous “wardrobe malfunction” he caused at the 2004 Super Bowl. To call out the way people seem to have forgiven him more easily than Janet for “nipplegate,” Black Twitter supported her on Super Bowl Sunday with the hashtag #JanetJacksonAppreciationDay.

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47 thoughts on “People Turned Super Bowl Sunday into Janet Jackson Appreciation

  1. Just saw the video and now I see, justin dint react when he realized janets breast was totally showing… I mean, if I was him, i would instinctively try to cover it

  2. If Justin Timberlake was black and did the same exact performance, black twitter would be tweeting shit about "black excellence" with gifs of black women clapping.

  3. OMG…that halftime show was straight garbage!! One of the worst. Never sing love ballads at the Superbowl!!! They needed either rock legends or hip hop artists…or both, to hype up the show. It was trash!!!

  4. Ingredients

    For the filling

    5oz golden caster sugar, plus 1 tbsp for sprinkling1 tsp ground cinnamon2 tbsp cornflour600g/1lb 5oz Bramley cooking apples, peeled, cored, sliced

    For the pastry

    400g/14oz plain flour, plus extra rolling2 tbsp caster sugar1 lemon, zest only250g/10oz cold butter, cut into cubes1 free-range egg, beaten with 2 tbsp cold water, plus 1 free-range egg, beaten, to glaze



    For the pastry, place the flour, sugar and lemon zest into a bowl and rub in the butter until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Add the beaten egg and stir with a round-bladed knife until the mixture forms a dough.

    Set aside one-third of the pastry for the lid.

    Roll out the remaining pastry on a lightly floured surface until the thickness of a pound coin and 5-7cm/2-3in larger than the pie dish. Lift the pastry over the rolling pin and lower it gently into the pie dish.

    Press the pastry firmly into the dish and up the sides, making sure there are no air bubbles. Chill the fridge for a few minutes.

    Preheat the oven to 200C/180 (fan)/Gas 6. Place a baking tray into the oven to preheat.

    For the filling, mix the sugar, cinnamon and cornflour in a large bowl. Stir in the apples.

    Place the apple filling into the pie dish, making sure that it rises above the edge. Brush the rim of the dish with beaten egg.

    Roll out the reserved ball of pastry. Cover the pie with the pastry and press the edges together firmly to seal. Using a sharp knife, trim off the excess pastry, then gently crimp all around the edge. Make a few small holes in the centre of the pie with the tip of a knife. Glaze the top with beaten egg.

    Lightly knead the pastry trimmings and re-roll. Cut into leaf shapes place all around the edge of the pie, slightly overlapping each other, and glaze with more egg. Sprinkle the pie with sugar and bake in the centre of the oven for 45–55 minutes or golden-brown all over and the apples are tender.

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