Images of President TrumpDonald John TrumpLiz Cheney: 'Send her back' chant 'inappropriate' but not about race, gender Booker: Trump is 'worse than a racist' Top Democrat insists country hasn't moved on from Mueller MORE, Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey — each of whom has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple people — all appear in Justin Timberlake’s latest music video, which takes place in a post-apocalyptic world.

The “Suit and Tie” singer released his latest song, “Supplies,” from his upcoming “Man of the Woods” album Thursday.

In the beginning of the video, Timberlake can be seen sitting in a lounge chair as multiple television screens are showing images in front of him.

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Hollywood film producer Weinstein and former “House of Cards” actor Spacey pop up in split-second appearances on some of the screens. Trump is shown on another of the televisions, along with images of protesters carrying a sign supporting the "Me Too" movement.

Another sign shows the message “End Racism Now” imposed over a photo of Trump’s face.

In the song, featuring and produced by Pharrell Williams, Timberlake sings:

“Some shit’s ‘bout to go down,
I’ll be the one with the level head.
The world can end now,
Baby, we’ll be living in ‘The Walking Dead.’ ”

Another scene shows a woman, sporting a shirt that bears the message, “P---y Grabs Back,” lifting a car — a nod to a meme that became popular among Trump opponents after the release of his hot-mic “Access Hollywood” tape during the 2016 presidential campaign.

The White House and Trump have repeatedly denied accusations of sexual misconduct against him, which have been brought forward by more than a dozen women. 

Weinstein and Spacey have both lost multiple positions in the entertainment field over claims of sexual harassment and assault.

Timberlake, 36, has rarely weighed in on political issues.

In 2016, the Grammy winner made what he dubbed a “political joke” at an awards show. Referencing Trump’s proposed immigration policies, Timberlake said: “Some people are out here to build walls,” while presenting a prize to Taylor Swift. “But as an artist, Taylor chooses to knock down walls.”

The entertainer is poised to perform at the Super Bowl LII halftime show on Feb. 4.