Britney Spears has written a lengthy post in which she accuses unknown people of not supporting her when she needed them.
The pop star shared a photo on Instagram yesterday (July 16), alongside her alleged complaints, “Never forget who ignored you when you needed them”.
“How dare the people you love the most… did they even raise me up on TIME!!!” Reads some messages from the singer. While unconfirmed, the language used makes it appear that Brittany is referring to family members and/or some of those close to her.
She continued: “There’s nothing worse than when the people closest to you who have never been there for you post things regarding your situation, whatever and speak properly for support… there’s nothing worse than !!!!”
On Thursday (July 15), Britney’s younger sister Jamie Lynn shared an Instagram Story, writing: “Dear God, can we just put an end to this bull forever. Well done” [via The Independent].
It’s unclear whether Jamie Lynn’s message is related to her sister’s stereotyping, which recently hit headlines after Britney called for an end to the 2008 arrangement.
Elsewhere in Brittany’s message, she wrote: “How dare you make it public that you care now… did you hold your hand out when I was drowning? Then… no.”
Fans were quick to allege that Britney’s sister and mother were some of the people that were mentioned in the message. One fan wrote: “Jamie Lynn is drowning” while another also referred to Britney’s mother, Lynn: “She’s talking about you Lynn and Jamie Lynn whom I can’t tag because they took the tag off Gave it because they closed the tag “
Earlier this week Brittany told a Los Angeles court that she wants her father, Jamie, to be removed as co-patron and “accused him of abuse of stereotypes”.
During Wednesday’s court hearing, Spears spoke publicly about her stereotyping for the second time in two months. “I’m here to get rid of my father and accuse him of abusing stereotypes,” she told Judge Brenda Penney via remote video, as Variety Reported. “I want to accuse this stereotype of abuse today… that’s all.”
A stereotype is usually given to people who are unable to make their own decisions, such as those with mental illness. Brittany was placed under the arrangement back in 2008, which she has since labeled “disrespectful”.
The artist also alleged that she was drugged under the stereotype, forced to perform against her will, barred from marrying her boyfriend and her desire to have her contraceptive IUD removed. has been rejected.
Also this week, 98 Degrees band member Jeff Timmons held a “solidarity day” on US radio stations in support of the #FreeBritney movement.
Timmons worked with audio production company Benztown to launch the “Free Brittany Radio” pop-up station, which on Wednesday (July 14) took over 100 radio stations from San Francisco to Atlanta. [via Billboard].