Britney Spears took to her social media on Tuesday night to share her thoughts on the New York Times documentary named “Framing Britney Spears,” for the first time. She said in a tweet that everyone has their own stories and bright lives. She also said that it doesn’t matter who says what, the only person who knows what’s is going on in her life is the person living life.
She also shared footage of the iconic 2018 performance of her 2003 hit, “Toxic.” She said that she cannot believe that it has been three years already of the performance. Spears, who is now 39, always had been vocal about her love for being on stage. She said that for now, she is taking her time to be normal and learn to be a regular person who enjoys the basics of everyday life.
The documentary covers the pop star’s life from her rise to fame to her current conservatorship, which portrays that her life is essentially under the control of her father Jamie Spears. According to sources, Britney Spears refuses to perform as long as her father is in control of her conservatorship. Britney’s attorney, Samuel D. Ingham III, has claimed at a hearing in November that the iconic singer had become terrified of her father and wanted him removed from the conservatorship entirely after he had allegedly hired a new manager without even consulting her.
Reactions of fans and friends
Fans of the singer-including her colleagues in the industries have showered immense support for Spears since the documentary aired. Her longtime boyfriend has also said in public that he has zero respect for Britney’s father and that he is selfish and mean. A fan-led #FreeBritney movement also flared up after the documentary which showered nothing else but support to the singer and everything that she was going through since the age of 16.