Justin Timberlake has a great response after Lance Bass calls him out for not texting back

Justin Timberlake has some parenting tips for his NSYNC member Lance Bass - and he's getting used to not always replying to your text messages.
Jason LaVeris / FilmMagic; Kevin Winter / Getty Images NSYNC's Justin Timberlake, left, and Lance Bass.
On Sunday, Bass shared a video of himself dancing, digitally pasting him into a group of people joyfully partying. Originally posted on TikTok, Bass titled the video, "When JT finally responds to my text ..."
"It's the little things," he wrote on Instagram, adding a cute shoutout on TikTok to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Celebrity, the band's fourth (and final) studio album, released on July 24, 2001.
Fans immediately examined Bass' comment, wondering if there was any conflict between the former boy band members. But Timberlake was quick to step in and defend himself as well as the duo's friendship and went on to offer some advice about the reality of parenting.
"As soon as these babies show up ... your unavailability will make sense, brother," he commented with three smiling emoji faces.
"Touché!" Bass answered.
Lance Bass / Instagram Justin Timberlake replies to Lance Bass's video that his NSYNC bandmate is slow to write back.
Timberlake, married since 2012, shares two sons with his wife Jessica Biel. Bass will be dad for the first time this fall with husband Michael Turchin, whom he married in 2014.
"It's been quite a long journey," Bass told PEOPLE in June, opening his path to parenting that included multiple surrogacy attempts and a miscarriage.
"I grew up in this family unit where I dreamed of having a child and having that dynamic," he continued. “And sometimes in your life you feel like, 'Okay, I'll never have that. I can't have that. ' But now we realize: 'No, we need that. We deserve it and we can have it. And I think it's great that our mentality in the community is definitely changing. "
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