Jessica Biel's Brother Trashes Justin Timberlake and His Tequila Company

December 14, 2011 By:
Jessica Biel's Brother Trashes Justin Timberlake and His Tequila Company

Okay, this is a complicated and bizarre story, so listen up and take notes.

We know that Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are sort of dating, or hooking up or whatever, but Jessica Biel's brother, Justin Biel, used to work for Justin Timberlake's 901 Tequila company and has just released a video blog talking about how much 901 Tequila and JT suck.

He says Justin Timberlake didn't do anything to promote the brand and that's why 901 Tequila is such a failure. I mean, have you heard of 901 Tequila? I didn't think so.

In the video uploaded to Justin Biel's personal facebook page he rants and raves, "I've been waiting for [Timberlake] to do something with this f-cking brand - make a song about it, put it in a god d-mn video, hold it up, take some pictures, I don't care - just do something because we're dying on the motherf-cking vine here!"

Justin Biel apparently left Timberlake's company a few weeks ago and says they left on good terms, but not according to this video.

"Sales dropped drastically from last year...way to go sales team! Our distribution partners still couldn't give two f-cks about the brand, repping Patron all the way, and giving us the ol' fist up the ass," says Biel.

Yikes. He then comes up with his own tagline for the brand, which is funny, but totally calls-out JT for sleeping on the brand.

"901 Tequila...so god d-mn exclusive our own CEO doesn't even drink it."

Now, confusingly, Justin Biel has took to twitter to say it was all just a joke, but reps for 901 say that it was actually intended to be one in a series of videos for a viral marketing campaign and was released too early by Biel. So what is it? A commercial or a joke?

Hmmm...methinks that Justin Biel doesn't like the way JT drags along his sister like she's some kind of permanent f-ck buddy and maybe used this as a way to get back at him. Justin Sayin'.

Check out the video below:

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