Ready to talk. Britney Spears The process of writing his upcoming book and how it unfolded some difficult memories for him.
“I’m writing a book right now and it’s actually therapeutic and therapeutic … it’s hard to recount past events in my life that I’ve never been able to reveal,” the “poisonous” singer, 40, wrote via Instagram on Monday, April 4, explaining. That he wanted to address in some recent posts about his past “I can only imagine that I felt childish but I was very young when the incident happened.”
He continued: “But instead of using my heart, I am using the intellectual method Justin [Timberlake] He did so when he apologized Janet [Jackson] And I. Although she was never threatened or threatened by her family, she took the opportunity to apologize 20 years later !!! Timeliness is everything !!! “
Spears’ post appears to refer to a February 2021 statement from the former NSync member, 41, responding to the response he received after the documentary was released. New York Times Presents: ‘Framing Britney Spears.’
“I am deeply sorry for the time in my life where my activities contributed to the problem, where I spoke in turn, or did not speak for what was right. I understand that I grew up in these moments and among many others and benefited from a system that indulges in abuse and racism, “Timberlake wrote at the time.” I cared for and respected these women and I know I failed. “
The Crossroads The star appears to have apologized to her ex-boyfriend and posted an Instagram video of him dancing to the music, a source said. Our weekly At the time, he had “not a grudge” against Timberlake. In February 2021, the insider said, “He thinks they were young and in love, and the two acted foolishly when they were together.” “She was heartbroken when they parted ways, but now she is not what she used to be. She is happy and happy for him.”
Spears was less forgiving of her mother, Lynn Spears And sister Jamie Lynn Spears In his Instagram post on Monday. “My mom and my sister also did their own ‘intellectual approach’ to writing their own books because I couldn’t even get a cup of coffee or drive my car or really do anything,” writes Britney, pointing to her 13-year limitation – year-saving. “I’m not the type of uncomfortable conversation because it’s not just respectable. But let’s actually talk about it !!!”
The “Off I Did It Again” singer went on to cite several instances when she felt she had been treated “less than” throughout her career, including being told not to complain about her safety and being allowed to leave the car during a trip. Targets during COVID-19 epidemics, including not given. Brittany also recalls a visit from three of her childhood friends during her Las Vegas residency, where she was not allowed to join them at the spa and was forced to work full time.
“I think I’ve never heard !!! I was screaming inside and it was always looked down upon no matter what I said,” he wrote.
Brittany ended her post by mentioning that she plans to express her thoughts and feelings on Instagram and in her book, now she is free to do so. “So sorry if I bothered anyone by writing these stories,” he wrote. “But just like my sister can legally mention my name more than 200 times in her book, cry on TV and get sincere ‘auu’ from most … I also have the right to share a few paragraphs on Instagram.”