Singer Britney Spears is opening up about her life, fancy hotels that “offend” her, and the house that she recently sold.
Although the 41-year-old pop star can afford some of the best houses available on the market, it seems that she prefers a simple, modest life, saying, “I like what I like and that’s okay.”
Britney Spears Reveals What Happened To The House She Bought After She Married Sam Asghari
In her latest Instagram post, the “Hold Me Closer” singer shared a post from @housekeeping_101 that read “IT’S OKAY! To repeat clothes. Not to upgrade your phone. To buy second hand items. To live in a simple home. It’s okay to have a simple life.”
In her lengthy caption, Britney began by saying, “I get it, most people in Los Angeles with money have those lavish over the top homes with a pool that’s connected to the kitchen and into the d*mn river … if you have a child and you don’t throw a party for them with the whole cast and characters from Disney World you have not done your job !!!”
Britney Reveals What ‘Big Hotels’ Do That Leaves Her ‘Offended’!
“The high coded systems to just turn the light on 💡 … the COMPLEX, the sophisticated devil is in the details right ??? I get it !!!” she went on. “But I’m honestly offended when I go to those big hotels or homes and the TVs come out from a picture above the fireplace 🔥. I think that is the dumbest most unattractive thing I’ve ever seen and it’s silly because most people’s homes I’ve been to like that are so proud 🏠 !!!”
“I mean who am I to judge when I can’t even find the d*mn remote to my TV 📺 !!! I do know one thing, I know the essence of living in one’s home is by giving it good intentions and it will create the mood or ambiance …” Britney wrote. “I’ve been into some of what is considered the best homes and they were not my cup of tea ☕️ … not impressed one bit … my house is pretty big and the last home I bought was pretty.”
Britney Spears Says That She Only Stayed In Her Calabasas Mansion For ‘5 or 6 Months’
“Most would say it was by far a more beautiful home … but I stayed for 5 or 6 months and came right back to my normal bedroom 🛏️ … I like what I like and that’s okay … nobody can tell me what is the best for me … they can give me their advice if I request it … but I’m in love with the life I have built for myself !!!” Britney added, referring to the Calabasas mansion she bought after marrying Sam Asghari in June.
The “Overprotected” singer continued to talk about the life that she built for herself, saying, “I should be, it’s f*cking beautiful … and it’s pretty crazy after all the hard work I’ve done in getting rid of my father’s abuse and controlling me, literally messing with my head after 13 years believe it or not people !!!”
Britney’s Conservatorship Lasted From February 2008 to November 2021
Britney was in a conservatorship starting in February 2008 after her public meltdown. The conservatorship lasted until November 2021, when a judge finally struck it down after several documentaries create a public discourse surrounding her conservatorship and how much others were benefiting from her work.
The “Toxic” singer wrapped up her lengthy caption, writing, “And mainly the media are absolutely hateful to me !!! I do believe there are a few good people in the world and I would love to meet them for coffee and good laugh … but in the mean time … my pretty little white a** will be sending prayers … LOVE … HUGS HUGS HUGS … PROTECTION … SHIELDS AND SHIELDS OF SAFTEY … white clouds … sweet itsy bitsy cutey kisses to every single one of you … We need kindness and I will make sure I SPREAD THAT TODAY !!!”
Britney Spears Lost Nearly $2 Million Selling Off Her New Home
Earlier this month, TMZ reported that Britney lost about $2 million dollars on the sale of her Calabasas mansion, which she put back on the market shortly after moving back into her home in Thousand Oaks.
Britney bought the mansion, which was in the same neighborhood as her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, for $11.8 million last June. She put it back on the market for $12 million a few months later and finally accepted an offer of $10.1 million for it earlier this year.