Justin Timberlake won't post “drunken pictures” on his social media profiles.
The entertainer purchased shares in MySpace last year and has been involved in giving the social media website a makeover after the concept began to get overlooked thanks to rivals Facebook and Twitter.
Explaining the main difference he sees between the three sites, the singer-turned-actor explained he wants to use MySpace to connect to fellow artists - and not to publish pictures of himself going wild.
"I don't want MySpace to be who I was last night through a bunch of drunken pictures, in a drunken stupor, and I don't want it to be who I am right now on what I'm typing on the Internet," he told MTV. "I want it to constantly be about who I'm going to be, what I have to offer the next day and the next day."
Justin also insisted that he hasn’t retired from music.
After enjoying a hugely successful solo career, the 31-year-old has focused mainly on movie and fashion projects in recent years.
But the Bad Teacher star promised when he releases new material, it will be on a grand scale.
"You're the ones who stopped talking about me as a musician. You guys act like I said I've retired," he laughed. "I can tell you this: when I'm ready to say something, you always know that I'll say it in the biggest way possible. [My music] really comes from the heart, and for me, I just don't take it for granted. If anything, I'm honouring it in the best way that I know how, but when it's time, I'll be ready. I'm not less inspired, I didn't give up, but until I have something to say, I was taught to keep my mouth shut. That's how my mother raised me."