Todd Longwell of Weekly World News spoke with Rev. Harvey Polstom who is claiming that music from boy bands like *NSYNC and The Backstreet Boy are turning young boys into homosexuals. Polstom said, “The way they prance around on stage, singing with their girly voices and grabbing their nether regions. It sets off a hormonal chain reaction in these poor boys that is leading them down the path of homosexuality.”
FLZ Touts Britney, *NSYNC, Shakira In Free Show
February 28, 2002 – Contributed anonymously: Looks like 93.3 FLZ, Tampa scores another coup! A huge concert is set to hit the FLZ parking lot later this week: *NSYNC, Britney Spears, Destiny’s Child, Ja Rule, Shakira, Linkin Park, Willa Ford and Kylie Minogue. The concert will also feature a special appearance by Ashton Kutcher from ‘That 70s Show!’
Moderator note: Hey Anonymous… There is NO February 29 this year. Sounded great though eh? It will be interesting to see how many suckers head to the parking lot on the imaginary day.
Gorillaz Want *NSYNC Destroyed… Timberlake With Them
February 25, 2002 – During the Gorillaz chat with reporters at tour this weekend’s press conference in Toronto, Nakamura expressed his desire to have *NSYNC’s Justin Timberlake join the animated group. Nakamura said, “We’re trying to knock those *NSYNC guys right off the charts because once that happens I think Justin can join our band. We want to destroy *NSync so Justin has no choice but to come and join Gorillaz.” As for the current state of pop music, bandmate Hewitt adds, “We’re bigger than all of them and they hate us. They’ll all end up as sad washed up crackheads. Except for Justin Timberlake, he has a career anytime he wants it with us.”
Youth Go On Drunken Rampage Following *NSYNC Show
February 24, 2002 – Ok, maybe 99.9% of the rioters at the Salt Lake City Olympics Saturday night were not at the *NSYNC show, but it is worth noting following their performance a crowd of 2,000 people went on a drunken rampage shortly after midnight. Rubber bullets were fired as about 50 riot police struggled to control a rampage while making over 30 arrests.