A new wave of concern for Britney Spears’ well-being circulated online after the star posted another of her famous Instagram dance videos.
Unlike the many eccentric videos that preceded it, which were a source of slight pleasure pushed against the energetic mega-pop pop on social media, the latest download worried fans about a sinister message behind.
While the hashtag #FreeBritney is trending again, Spears gave its 25.2 million followers a performance of its dance on the song by Rihanna Unending, writing in the caption: “I feel like I’m flying with this song.”
The 38-year-old two-year-old mom put on a white cropped top and pajama shorts in the video as she improvised an elaborate dance routine full of wild gestures.
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“Rihanna …… your music makes me feel like I have never felt it before!” “Never Ending” is my favorite song from the ANTI album … I feel like I’m flying with this song … thank you “, Toxic wrote the singer.
Spears posted another performance to a song by Billie Eilish, with similar movements and writing: “I should (put on) make-up and brush my hair but I just want to dance.”
The dance clips come as allegations about the star’s legal and financial situation are resurfacing online, with many fans suggesting that strict arrangements put in place 12 years ago are exploiting the singer.
Others have noted that under her court-approved guardianship, she is unable to speak for herself, and many are confused that despite the order put in place as a result of mental health issues, she has been able to work consistently for years, even taking a Las Vegas club residence until December 31, 2017.
Spears’ finances are under court-approved guardianship, previously controlled by his father Jamie, 68, who made money and life decisions before retiring last September, citing health concerns.
And Britney’s mother Lynn Spears has filed legal documents this week to ensure she is included in decisions about her daughter’s finances, reports The Blast.
The former Spears photographer went viral yesterday through a series of videos on TikTok after reading a letter she wrote about her guardianship, which described how she would have been manipulated in her divorce from Kevin Federline and in the waiver of custody of their two sons.
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Andrew Gallery, who worked with Spears in 2008, claimed that the singer’s original letter had been taken and destroyed by the curators. But Gallery said he made a copy of it – which has been shown several times in the videos.
“What happened to Britney a year ago and people have to keep up with the times,” Spears is said to have written in the third person.
“As for Kevin saying that Britney divorced, she was forced by her lawyers because she went to visit him in New York and he would not see her and the children and her lawyers said that if she did not divorce her not, he was going to do it himself, ”reads the letter.
“She lied and fell into place,” continues the letter.
“Her children were taken away and she got out of control, which any mother under these circumstances.
Speaking of his guardianship, the writer said that Spears “had no rights”.
In comments on her latest Instagram activity, fans have speculated that the videos are a cry for help since it is so severely restricted.
“I feel like there are a million signs here,” wrote one of them.
“Has anyone noticed that the same verified people always comment on the same” positive “things on their dance videos,” said another.
“She makes her own version of sign language. It says HELPPP ME, “said another, while one of them said to the singer,” Draw a black dot on your palm in your next message if your (sic) is in trouble, but can’t say anything. because they listen. “
As a superfan on Twitter pointed out, in March, Spears’ own son Sean Preston “liked” a message in support of the #freebritney campaign.
He went further in a big Instagram rant, calling his grandfather Jamie “d ** k” and revealing that his troubled mother could “quit” music for good.
Her mother Lynne also showed support for the movement, saying last year that the star’s management team was trying to “keep the illusion that she needed help” on her Instagram account.
According to Page Six, Lynne commented on a fan account: “They’ve all been so quick to delete all the comments before, but now all of a sudden they’re leaving all the negatives, but deleting the positives!” How long will it last? It must be a violation of human rights! # FreeBritney # britneyspears. “
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The fan-led movement calls for Britney to be “freed” from the tutelage that controls many aspects of her daily life.
Guardianship is a legal concept in the United States where a guardian is appointed to manage the financial affairs and daily life of a person due to physical or mental restrictions.
Britney has been under guardianship for 12 years after being admitted to the mental hospital twice in 2008.
According to People, the “care manager” of singer Jodi Montgomery was appointed last year as temporary curator at the request of her father Jamie. He would have resumed his role in January.
A Change.org petition entitled “Britney Spears: Right to Own Lawyer” has also been created. As of July 15, the petition had 171,936 signatures.