At Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel’s wedding in southern Italy via last week, reputedly costing $6.5 million, they were welcomed with a video that was produced by Timberlake’s longtime friend L.A. real estate agent Justin Huchel. Huchel represents very expensive properties, and on his website describes himself as
“a straightforward and honest real estate agent with a vast knowledge of high end inventory, extensive background in development and a commitment to integrity.”
The video showed Huchel traversing the streets of Los Angeles and asking various homeless people, street musicians, and transexuals to wish the multimillionaire newlyweds well. The joke was that the homeless people featured were friends of Timberlake’s who couldn’t quite afford the trip to Italy. The first card on the screen read, “Greetings from Your Hollywood Friends Who Just Couldn’t Make It Featuring Sid, Chuck, Robert, and More!”
The ten people interviewed appear to be penniless; some are obviously intoxicated, mentally ill, or both, and at least one of them is entirely unable to speak.
One homeless, toothless man: “Justin and Jessica, I haven’t seen you for a long time. I hope the wedding goes fine for you. My gift is in the mail.”
A male off-camera voice, apparently Huchel’s, asks the man, “Did you and Jessica mess around?”
Huchel calls himself a man of integrity? Laughing at the homeless?
At least no one will accuse Timberlake of integrity after the Super Bowl incident with Janet Jackson. He’s been an Obama acolyte for years, which automatically makes him admiring of class warfare, except for one thing: from Timberlake’s perspective, it’s the poor who should be treated with contempt.