Britney Spears‘ Instagram isn’t backing down with the foul play allegations – despite the 38-year-old singer repeatedly defending her activity and stating that she is both “authentic” and not recycling her photos. Britney, seeing a huge #FreeBritney resurgence as her 2008-commenced conservatorship remains extended through February 2021, has likewise been sparking a mass response on her Instagram, where repetitive images and videos see fans accusing her of having zero control over the feed.
Britney has shared new photos. Her 26.2 million followers are refusing to believe the images are fresh. Check it out below.
Scroll for the latest photos. If you aren’t up-to-date, concern on the “Toxic” singer’s Instagram began in early 2020 when Spears appeared in 12+ similar images shot against a red wall, then followed by a white or yellow wall backdrop, plus the inclusion of the singer’s backyard.
Britney updated both before and during Labor Day weekend. She shared snaps of herself looking stunning in a skimpy white crop top and tiny tan shorts. The rock-hard abs and piercing deep gaze came accompanied by a multitude of captions – including a confirmation that the Friday shot had been taken “today.”
Britney’s caption read: “Just shot this one today !!! No, this is not apart of the rose project ? …. but yes I had another great hair day ?♀️?♀️?♀️?♀️??? !!!!”
Britney, whose 68-year-old father Jamie Spears continues to control her finances and other aspects of her life, now sees her social media followers calling her Instagram a setup – “Hi dad” is a frequent response, as are mentions of the singer’s “team.”
“She’s not posting this. I wish friends of hers would check up on her,” one fan wrote.
Another fan added fuel to the fire, writing: “Definitely shot on the same day as the previous videos and pics in the other crop top. Hair is identically styled.”
Britney, whose summer 2020 posts have included a peasant blouse alleged to have featured in over 29 photos and videos, has been clapping back, even posting a time-stamped set of images: 1.26 a.m. on August 6, but the fans aren’t buying it. Britney was recently defended by Iranian personal trainer boyfriend Sam Asghari. Scroll for what he had to say.
Britney’s boyfriend, himself addressing the “Where’s Britney?” questions he receives with a video showing the singer during a home shoot this summer, is fresh from clapping back at author Kelly Oxford when she wrote: “This account finally got too scary for me.”
“What’s so scary about the biggest superstar in the world being herself (authentic, funny, humble) without caring what others think…” the 26-year-old replied.
Britney, herself in the news of late for reportedly supporting #FreeBritney, sees the movement behind her name backed by stars including “Modern Family” star Ariel Winter, plus “Orange Is The New Black” face Ruby Rose. Britney remains “strongly opposed” to her father’s grip, per August court documents.