On September 9, Britney Spears shared a hilarious video with her 33.9 million Instagram followers, and it’s a must-see.
Britney Spears, 39, has a message for everyone who dislikes her. On September 9, the “Stronge” singer posted two humorous Instagram images coupled with a powerful message.
Xox xox 🚨🚨🚨 Soon!!!,” another fan stated which was hinting at her next court date.
The short video was released just hours after the pop singer re-posted her previously uploaded topless photos. “I’m reposting these images because the first time they were so fuzzy!!!!!,” she wrote in the caption. Here’s a better version of these photos, and if you don’t know what I’m talking about, then f–k it…” “Here’s the caption that went with them from before!!!!” Spears wrote beside the new photo set.
“There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your abilities, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of those you love,” she said, quoting iconic actress Sophia Loren, 86. You will have fully overcome age when you learn to tap from this source.”
As fans are aware, Britney’s legal fight to end her conservatorship has made significant progress recently. Britney Spears’ estranged father Jamie Spears, 69, filed a petition on September 7 to remove her 13-year conservatorship.
Britney was “entitled to have this Court now carefully evaluate whether this conservatorship is no longer required,” according to the Spears patriarch, who filed the petition in Los Angeles Superior Court.
“This filing represents a significant legal triumph for Britney Spears, as well as vindication,” Britney’s lawyer Mathew Rosengart told HollywoodLife in response to the news.
Since her June hearing, the singer of “Baby One More Time” has been outspoken about her wish to have her father removed from her conservatorship. During the court, the singer stated, “I’m here to get rid of my father and accuse him for conservatorship abuse.”
“I want to ask the court to end the conservatorship, but I don’t want to be assessed.” Britney also said that she was “frightened” of her father as a child, saying, “No, I am not perfect.” I am not insane. My family was unconcerned.”