Pop star Britney Spears lashed out at those who did not help her when she was “drowning” but now publicly expressed support for “saving face.”
Spears shared a picture that reads “Never forget who ignored you when you need them, and who helped you before you need to ask”, and in a lengthy comment Instagram Post on Friday. A few days ago, the judge allowed Spears to choose her own lawyer because she continued to seek to cancel the controversial oversight that she had received for 13 years.
Spears wrote: “There is nothing worse than posting about your situation when the person closest to you has never been there, no matter what it may be, and speaking upright for support, it is worse than anything. “Nothing is worse than this!!! How dare your favorite people speak… They even reached out their hands to lift me up!!!
“How dare you say publicly that you care now,” she added. “Did you hold out your hand when I was drowning????? Again…no…so if you are reading this article and you know who you are… And you actually have the courage to say anything about me just to save face for yourself in public!!!…When you are so far away from justice, it is not even funny, please stop doing justice .”
Although it is not clear who Spears is referring to in the post, her efforts to end supervision have attracted more and more supporters, and the “Free Britney” movement has united around this issue.
Some of Spears’ most open voice supporters come from the entertainment industry. Pop stars who expressed support include Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Iggy Azalea and Justin Timberlake.
Under supervision, Spears’ father Jamie Spears has been controlling the singer’s financial and business decisions, as well as many of her personal decisions. Britney Spears accused her father of trying to “ruin” her life and is pushing for charges of “abuse of supervision” against him.
At a hearing in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penny approved her request for a new lawyer, giving the singer and her fans a glimmer of hope, attracting a large group of people, including various All kinds of Spears supporters.
A staunch conservative Republican US congressman. Matt Gates Florida, the subject of a federal investigation into allegations of underage sex trafficking, Appear outside Hearing and addressing the colorful crowd by offering “One thing we can agree on is that Jamie Spears is a bastard.”
Weekly newspaper Contacted Spears representatives for comments.