Singer Britney Spears has criticized recent documentaries about her life, calling her “so hypocritical”.
In recent months, the release of the critically acclaimed New York Times documentary Framed Britney Spears has led to renewed interest in Spears’ life and career, along with inappropriate behavior received from the press in the US.
The documentary stems from the iconic singer’s fame, her mid-2000 struggles, excessive restrictive stereotypes under her father Jamie Spears, and the #FreeBritney social media movement.
This was followed by the BBC documentary The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship, while the streamer is also working on a film on the Netflix singer’s life.
On Monday, 39-year-old Britney Spears shared a video of herself dancing on Instagram and talked about the documentaries in the caption.
“Geez !!!!” 2021 is definitely better than 2020, but I never knew it was going to happen. This year many documentaries about me with other people take over my life… what can I say… I am deeply flattering !!!! These documentaries are so hypocritical … they criticize the media and then do the same thing ????? Damn it, ”he wrote.
Spears said that although she sees “some difficult times”, there have also been many “surprising” moments in her life.
“I think the world is more interested in the negative. I mean … it’s not supposed to be a business and society about the future ???? Why foreshadow the most negative and painful times in my life forever ???? I mean DAMN, “she said.
The singer also addressed Mobin Azhar’s documentary The Battle for Brittany: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship, an interview with makeup artist Billy Brasfield, who claimed to have been in contact with Spears.
“I don’t really talk to Billy B AT so I’m honestly very confused,” she said.