Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel's romantic Italian wedding took a weird turn when an offensive video was alleged to have been screened at the continental nuptials. 

The video featured homeless people congratulating them on their wedding, and they were even remunerated for their services. Now, there will be some people who think paying homeless people to toast the wedding of a couple millionaires in Italy is distasteful, and those people would be right. Timberlake may or not agree, but either way, he's said sorry. "I had no knowledge of its existence" and "had absolutely ZERO contribution to it," Timberlake wrote, adding that the video was never shown at the actual wedding. "I am deeply sorry to anyone who was offended by the video. Again, it was something that I was not made aware of," wrote Timberlake. "But, I do understand the reaction and, by association, I am holding myself accountable."

Timberlake, according to TMZ, went onto say that the people behind the video were "good people" who had a "lapse of judgment," before eventually trying to justify it: "I don't believe it was made to be insensitive," he said. "[But] I think we can all agree that it was distasteful." Ah, Justin, it was all going so well until you tried to justify the making of the it.