Rapper “Fancy” wrote a Notes application message shared to social media on Wednesday defending the “Toxic” pop star, saying Britney was not exaggerating or lying about her father’s control over her in guardianship.
« Son [sic] basic human decency to at least remove from his life someone Britney identified as abusive. It should be illegal, ”began Azalea, 31.
Recalling their 2015 collaboration, “Pretty Girls,” Azalea claimed to have seen Jamie’s terrible behavior which Britney, 39, spoke of in her heartbreaking testimony during her guardianship hearing last week.
“During the time we worked together in 2015, I personally witnessed the same behavior Britney detailed towards her father last week and I just want to support her and tell the world that she does. exaggerate or lie, ”Azalea continued.
“I saw her restricted to even the most bizarre and trivial things: like the number of sodas she was allowed to drink. Why is it even necessary? “
Azalea claimed that Jamie had “conveniently” waited until “a few moments before” the duo’s performance at the Billboard Music Awards that year to force Azalea to sign an NDA – or “he wouldn’t have let me go upstairs. on the scene “.
“The way he went about getting me to sign a contract was similar to the tactic Britney talked about last week about her show in Las Vegas,” Azalea explained.
“Jamie Spears has a habit of making people sign documents under duress, it seems, and Britney Spears should not be forced to coexist with this man when she made it clear that this is having a negative impact on his sanity.
“It’s not fair at all,” she concluded.
Azalea’s comments came after Judge Brenda Penny formally rejected Britney’s request on Wednesday to have her father removed from his position as Tory – a request that was made in February.
Last week Britney claimed her father, who now lives in a trailer, should be in jail for how he allegedly abused and controlled her. She also claimed that he would not allow her to withdraw her contraceptive, preventing her from having a baby with her boyfriend Sam Asghari.