In two new Instagram posts, the pop star addresses her critics – as well as sister Jamie Lynn and mother Lynne. You don’t need hypocrisy.
In two new Instagram posts, pop star Britney Spears criticizes her fans who make fun of her dance videos, as well as her family, who publicly supported Britney for the first time in the past few weeks.
On Wednesday, the 39-year-old pop star testified against her father for the second time in court.
She repeated her wish several times to want to release her father as guardian. She had to interrupt her ten-minute plea because of tears.
On July 14, pop stars Britney Spears testified for the second time in court against her guardian and father Jamie Spears, 68. She had to interrupt her ten-minute plea because of tears. Now the 39-year-old is following up with two long posts. She posted the slogan «Never forget who ignored you when you needed help and who helped you without your having to ask for it» writes Britney: «You dare to say publicly now that you care? Did you hold out a hand when I was drowning? No.”
Britney’s post is most likely aimed at her mother Lynne, 66, and younger sister, Jamie Lynn, 30. The latter spoke up a few days after the first emotional hearing from Britney Spears (39), after having remained silent for a long time about the guardianship that their father Jamie (68) has held over his daughter Britney for years. Jamie Lynn Spears assured her sister in a video message of her support in the current guardianship dispute: “If you want to end guardianship and fly to Mars or whatever to be happy, I support that one hundred percent because I love my sister. ”
Shortly afterwards, Britney Spears’ mother Lynne also commented on the guardianship drama for the first time. In an interview with the magazine “New Yorker”, the 66-year-old refused to answer detailed questions, but was generally concerned. “I have mixed feelings,” says the American. «I don’t know what to think about it. It’s painful and I’m worried. “
In the second post, Britney defends herself against insta hatred
In another Instagram post, Britney addresses followers who make fun of their dance clips. “I won’t be performing on stage any longer with my father by my side, telling me what to wear, what to say or what to think,” writes Britney. “I much prefer to share videos from my living room.” If you don’t like what you post, you should kindly unfollow it and “read a damn book.”
In the second post, the pop star finally criticizes her sister openly: “I didn’t like it that my sister performed my songs on an award show.” Spears is alluding to a surprise performance by her sister at the Radio Disney Music Awards in 2017, in which Britney received an Icon Award.
Your “so-called support system” also hurt them deeply, writes Britney. “Guardianship destroyed my dreams.”
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