Britney Spears calls dad, sister in Instagram posts

Britney Spears calls dad, sister in Instagram posts

Britney Spears talked about online criticism, her experience of her stay in Las Vegas and her disappointment with those closest to her in two Instagram posts from Saturday. In the first post, Spears addressed the people in her life who have only recently spoken in support of her in her fight against her conservatory, writing: “There is nothing worse than when the people closest to you , who never showed up to your post thing regarding your situation, whatever it may be, and speak fairly for support … there is nothing worse than that! She went on to explain her frustration to those who did not “even reach out to even lift me up IN TIME.” Spears continued, “How dare you make it public that NOW you PASS … did you reach out your hand when I drowned?”

She then expressed her disbelief and disappointment that those who failed her “actually have the nerve to say something about my situation just to save face to yourself in public.” Fans suspected that Spears, among other things, approached her younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, who for the first time in June spoke publicly about Spears’ conservatism case. “Maybe I did not support her as the public wanted me to with a hashtag on a public platform, but I can assure you that I have supported my sister long before there was a hashtag and I will support her long after,” said Jamie Lynn on his Instagram Stories. “Not that I owe anything to the public, because my sister knows I love and support her.”

Spears more or less confirmed fans’ suspicion with another Instagram post Saturday night in which she directly yells at Jamie Lynn. “I do not like that my sister showed up at an awards show and performed MY SONGS for remixes,” Spears wrote, probably referring to Jamie Lynn’s performance in 2017 at the Radio Disney Music Awards. “My so-called support system hurt me deeply!” Spears also detailed her feelings with “those of you who choose to criticize my dance videos”, addressing her father, Jamie, and writing: “Look, I’m not performing on any stages anytime soon where my father handles it “I wear, say, do or think. I’ve been doing that for the last 13 years.”

Spears went on to explain that she would rather share videos “from my living room rather than on the stage in Vegas, where some people were so far away that they could not even give me a hand, and I got a contact high from weeds all the time… Which I did not mind, but it would have been nice to be able to go to mom’s fucking spa. “Spears also noted that she did not like” the way the documentaries produce humiliating moments from the past … I’m far past all that and have been for a long time “, probably referring to New York Times documentary Framing by Britney Spears. She ended her second post by sharing that she still has hope because “hope is the only thing in this world that is very hard to kill,” and advised those who “say it’s weird that I still have hope about adventure “to” go fuck yourself. “

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