Britney Spears (39 years old) doesn’t think too much about documentaries about her life. The “Toxic” translator was not particularly pleased with the BBC’s recent production of “The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorhip,” which appeared over the weekend and premiered on the broadcaster’s live broadcast service.
Previously, The New York Times published “Framing Britney Spears” in February, which featured, among other things, the “#FreeBritney” movement. The documentary examines the many questionable guardianship that Spears has been subject to since her public breakdown in 2008. Her father, Jimmy Spears (68), is her guardian. Now the singer is speaking.
“I had a lot of wonderful times.”
She writes on Instagram: “Oh my God! 2021 is definitely better than 2020, but I didn’t expect it to be! Lots of documentaries about my life that other people talk about me. What can I say … I feel flattered, “You start and then shoot hard at the directors:” These documentaries are so hypocritical. They criticize the media and then do the exact same thing. ”
It is important for Spears not only to highlight the difficult times in her life. She goes on to explain, “Damn … I don’t know you guys, but I want to remind you that even though there have been hard times in my life, I’ve also had great times.” (Bang / BSN)
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