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Justin Timberlake gets slapped and does the Carlton at charity golf tournament

Justin Timberlake speaks onstage during the 2016 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater on July 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Justin Timberlake speaks onstage during the 2016 ESPYS at Microsoft Theater on July 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Justin Timberlake was at a celebrity golf tournament on Saturday and before the day was done, he put on a show and got slapped.

The day began at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championshipas the Can’t Stop the Feeling singer was walking through a crowd and a man reached out and touched him on the side of the face.

Timberlake stopped and confronted the man, asking, “Bro, why would you do that?”

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The singer walked away and security guards were seen talking to the man who struck Timberlake.

TMZ posted the video of the incident and reports that Timberlake didn’t want to press charges but when the sheriff’s deputies tried to escort the man off the property, he proceeded to make things difficult.

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The man in question claimed he just wanted to “touch” the former NSYNC member and appeared to be intoxicated, refusing to leave. The officers reportedly arrested him for disorderly conduct.

Instead of crying himself a river, Timberlake put on a show for the crowd with the help of Steph Curry and Alfonso Ribeiro.

Timberlake and Curry were spotted doing the Carlton dance with the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum.

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Last year, Justin Timberlake joined Alfonso Ribeiro in the beloved ’90s throwback dance at the American Century Championship celebrity tournament.

The duo also delighted a crowd with this dance at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournament in February.

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The trio also did Curry’s trademark pregame Jones BBQ and Foot massage dance.

Timberlake finished the tournament in 21st place. Curry, Blair O’Neal and Bret Saberhagen were tied for 27th. Ribeiro finished the tourney tied with several others for 13th place.