This tense political climate has a lot of people feeling uneasy. At Sunday night's iHeartRadio Music Awards, Justin Timberlake made a point of reaching out to young people who might feel marginalized during a speech.
Timberlake won the iHeartRadio award for Song of the Year for his hit single, "Can't Stop The Feeling." In his acceptance speech, Timberlake made sure to deliver an inspiring message to all the young people watching.
"I wrote this song because I wanted it to be about inclusion, about love, about being together," Justin Timberlake said. "I guess I want to take this opportunity to speak to young people right now, 'cause there's a lot of you looking at me."
"If you are black or brown or gay or lesbian or you are trans, or maybe you're just a sissy singing boy from Tennessee, anyone that's treating you unkindly—it's only because they are afraid, or have been taught to be afraid of how important you are," Timberlake continued. "Because being different means you make the difference."
And if someone gives you a hard time for being who you are? "F**ck 'em," Timberlake advised. (Don't worry, he was censored.)