An obviously fed up Britney Spears told the world on Saturday “I’m quitting! And attacked her sister in the midst of her battle to break free from her father’s legal control over her professional and personal life.
The pop star, 39, has sworn she has no plans for a quick return to the stage as she fights to end her father-led tutelage.
“I’m not going to be performing on stages anytime soon with my dad handling what I wear, say, do or think… I’ve been doing it for the past 13 years,” Spears wrote on Instagram.
“I’m not going to put on heavy makeup and try to try again on stage and not be able to do real remixes of my songs for years and beg to put my new music in my show for MY fans… so I stop !!!! ”
She also lambasted her 30-year-old little sister, Jamie Lynn Spears. “I don’t like my sister showing up at an awards ceremony and performing MY SONGS as a remix !!!!! ” she wrote. Spears was apparently referring to her sister’s appearance at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards.
“My so-called support system hurt me deeply,” Spears wrote, adding, “This guardianship killed my dreams. “
Jamie Lynn Spears has been largely silent on her sister’s guardianship. The former “Zoey 101” star finally took to Instagram last month, saying that she “loved, adored and supported” her sister, and that she couldn’t enjoy the guardianship.
In a dazzling Instagram post on Friday, Britney Spears also attacked people closest to her who “never showed up” for her but are now trying to “save face” with “fair” displays of public support. . It was not clear who the message was intended for.
Spears scored a key legal victory just days ago when a Los Angeles court said she could hire her own lawyer to represent her interests and challenge the controversial guardianship she had been under since 2008.
She told a judge the guardianship was “abusive,” adding, “I haven’t done anything in the world to deserve this treatment. “
Spears was first placed under guardianship following a series of public incidents and hospitalizations.
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