Britney Spears is seemingly shading the “Framing Britney Spears” documentary. The 39-year-old pop princess, currently front-page news as The New York Times-produced series explores her 2008-commenced conservatorship, has been busy keeping the subject matter different on her Instagram, posting for her 27.6 million followers and highlighting a “lonely kid in the cafeteria.” Britney, whose 68-year-old father Jamie Spears controls her finances, posted on Wednesday with a strong message, a golden heart, and a reminder that she was speaking to “America.” Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo. Britney, fresh from a post-Super Bowl LV surprise as she admitted being “confused” by the NFL event, updated without showing her face today. The “Circus” singer, whose personal life is now seemingly a circus for the media, posted a simple message set against a gold heart and white backdrop, addressing her adoring fans and the wider digital space.
“WE NEED TO CARE LESS ABOUT WHETHER OUR CHILDREN ARE ACADEMICALLY GIFTED & MORE ABOUT WHETHER THEY SIT WITH THE LONELY KID IN THE CAFETERIA,” the Grammy winner wrote.
Spears then took to her caption, writing; “KINDNESS, AMERICA PASS IT ON” with a long string of loving emoji. The post follows a landmark one where Britney revisited her “Toxic” hit, posting a writhing and skimpy dance routine in a cut-out bodysuit while wildly whipping her body and hair around on stage.
“I’ll always love being on stage,” she wrote: “But I am taking the time to learn and be a normal person. I love simply enjoying the basics of everyday life!” Scroll for more photos!
While #FreeBritney continues to allege that the singer’s Instagram is a setup, regularly writing: “Hi Britney’s dad!” as the singer posts repetitive shots from her L.A. home, Britney herself has been clapping back.
“Hi, so I know that there have been a lot of comments, and a lot of people saying a lot of different things about me, she said in November of last year, adding: “But I just want to let you guys know that I am fine. I’m the happiest I’ve ever been in my life.” See her workout body below!
The #FreeBritney movement, which now includes celebrities including “Modern Family” star Ariel Winter and “Orange Is The New Black” face Ruby Rose, continues to back Spears, regularly showing up to her court cases in L.A. Fans have been quick to respond, with one writing:
“I can’t wait for the day where she tells her own side of this story, whether it’s a book, a movie, an interview I’m there and I’ll wait years if I have to ❤️”
Scroll for Britney arching her back with legs spread in a stringy bikini!