Pop star Britney Spears has taken to social media to dispute reports that she is suffering from a mental breakdown.
In an alarming video posted to her Instagram account, the singer can be seen sitting in a chair and saying, “I didn’t die. I’m here.”
The video has been viewed more than four million times, and has sparked a flurry of speculation about Spears’ mental health.
The singer has been the subject of intense scrutiny in recent months, with reports that she is suffering from a mental breakdown and is being held against her will in a mental health facility.
The video appears to be a response to the reports, with Spears saying, “I’m not about to be in some kind of facility. I’m not crazy. I’m not crazy. I’m strong, and I’m smart.”
Spears has been under the conservatorship of her father since 2008, when she was hospitalized for an apparent mental breakdown. The conservatorship has been extended multiple times since then, and Spears has been vocal in her opposition to it.
The singer’s fans have been rallying around her, with the hashtag #FreeBritney trending on social media.
The video has prompted renewed calls for the singer to be released from the conservatorship, with many arguing that she should be allowed to make her own decisions about her health and wellbeing.
Spears’ mental state has been a source of public debate for years, and her latest video has only added to the conversation. It is clear that Spears is in need of support and understanding, and fans are hoping that she will soon be able to make her own decisions about her health and wellbeing.
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