Justin Timberlake and Jamie Foxx paid tribute to their record label boss Barry Weiss last week. The RCA/Jive Label Group President was honored by the United Jewish Appeal Federation as the group’s Music Visionary of the Year. According to the Associated Press, Timberlake was the master of ceremonies and offered plenty of Jewish humor. Foxx performed but didn’t sing his hit single “Blame It,” joking that it wouldn’t be appropriate for the charity event. Instead, he sang Ray Charles’ “Georgia on My Mind.” Chris Daughtry and Diane Sawyer were also at the event.