Justin Timberlake’s latest music video, which is set in a post-apocalyptic world, features President Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey, all of whom have been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple people.
“Supplies,” Timberlake’s latest song from his upcoming album “Man of the Woods” was released Thursday, The Hill reported.
The video begins with Timberlake sitting in a chair in front of a wall of televisions whose screens reflect various images, including those of Hollywood film producer Weinstein and former “House of Cards” actor Kevin Spacey, which appear in split-second flashes on some of the screens.
Trump is shown on one of the monitors, as is an image of a protester carrying a sign in support of the #MeToo movement. Another shows a man wearing a T-shirt that reads “The Future is Female.”
On another screen, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper is featured above a news banner that reads, “STOP LYING TRUMP.”
The song was produced by and features Pharrell Williams, and includes the lyrics:
“Some shit’s ‘bout to go down,
I’ll be the one with the level head.
The world can end now,
Baby, we’ll be living in ‘The Walking Dead.’”
Another scene in the video features a woman wearing a shirt that reads, “P—y Grabs Back,” a reference to a meme that became popular among Trump opponents following the release of his hot-mic “Access Hollywood” tape during the 2016 presidential campaign.
The White House and Trump have denied allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
In 2016, Timberlake, 36, made what he called a “political joke” at an awards show.
While presenting an award to Taylor Swift, Timberlake said in reference to Trump’s proposed immigration policies, “Some people are out here to build walls. But as an artist, Taylor chooses to knock down walls.”
Timberlake is scheduled to perform at the Super Bowl LII halftime show on Feb. 4.