Britney Spears is finally expressed after the broadcast of the documentary on his life and especially his guardianship. Three days after the premiere of the documentary, conducted by journalists at the New York Times and broadcast on Hulu, titled Framing Britney Spears, the singer took to her social media to suggest that the documentary only told a fraction of her true story, which included details of the fight over her guardianship with her father Jamie Spears, who controls her life and her career for over ten years.
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“Each person has their story and their point of view on other people’s stories !!! We all have so many beautiful different lives !!! Remember, no matter what we think we know about a person’s life, it is nothing compared to the person who actually lives behind the lens !!! She wrote.
Britney Spears also uploaded a video of her performance during her Las Vegas residency, which aired as part of Dick Clark’s annual New Years Eve show in late 2017, and insisted she would come back on stage one day. “I can’t believe that this Toxic performance dates from 3 years ago !!!”, she wrote in the caption, before continuing: “I would always like to be on stage … but I take the time to learn and be a normal person … I just like to enjoy the basics of everyday life !!! ”
Britney Spears’ attorney has previously told court officials the pop superstar refuses to perform as long as her father is co-curator of her heritage, as she fights to have it removed for good .
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