Justin Timberlake donates money to hometown foundation

And he also gives money to Memphis Rock 'N Soul museum

Justin Timberlake has donated $200,000 to the Rock N Soul Museum and the Memphis Music Foundation in Memphis, TN.

Timberlake, who grew up in Memphis, made the donations on Thursday as he is in the city filming indie movie ‘The Open Road’.

“Music education and keeping the legacy of Memphis music alive has always been important to me” Timberlake said, according to People “That is why I will always continue to support my home town the same way they have always supported me.”


As previously reported, Timberlake recently unveiled plans to become a TV producer with his involvement in the TV show ‘My Problem With Women’, which is an adaptation of a successful Peruvian show.

He recently collaborated with Madonna on her brand new album ‘Hard Candy’ and inducted her into the Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame at a ceremony in New York last month.

–By our New York staff.

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