Britney Spears shared in another post on social media that he said he had no plans for a live performance when his father, Jamie Spears, was his conservative.
In a one-night post on Instagram, the pop singer responded to online comments about dance videos she posted on the Internet, and the only way to play this Spears will be done soon.
“For those who choose to criticize my video of me dancing … I’m not going to be on any stage soon where my dad is wearing, saying, doing or thinking about things 🚫🙅🏼♀️ 🚫 !!!” he wrote.
“I’ve done things like this for the last 13 years … I’d like to share with HA the videos in my room, not on the stage in Vegas, where some people are still missing gone, they didn’t even squeeze my hand, and I always connect with a place high above the weeds. ”
Elsewhere, he criticized his sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, for performing remixes of his music at an awards show, and the ongoing conservatory “killed” him. [her] dreams. “
“I don’t like my sister participating in the awards show and performing MY SONGS in remixes !!!!” he said.
“My so-called support system has hurt me so much !!!! This conservatory has killed my dreams … so I only have hope and hope is the only thing in this world, it’s very hard to kill it … but people still trying !!!! “
This comes a day after Spears was posted on Instagram accusing people close to him of not supporting him when he needs it.
“How dare your favorite people say anything at all … did they even reach out to lift me up at TIME? !!!”
“There’s nothing worse than the people closest to you who never came to you writing different things depending on your situation and rightly speaking out for support … there’s nothing worse than that !!!!”
Last week Spears spoke at a court hearing on his ongoing conservative case, said his father wanted the conservatory to be charged with abuse. Until recently, after working with a court-appointed lawyer, the singer was allowed to appoint his own legal representative.
“Instead of trying to investigate my behavior or my capabilities, I want my father to be investigated,” Spears told Judge Penny during last week’s trial.
“This conservatory literally allows my dad to run my life … it’s an abuse and we all know it.”