Relaxing in Hawaii, Britney Spears tells paparazzi: F— you
Less than two weeks after her vacation in Maui, Britney Spears reoffended.
On Monday, the pop musician was back on vacation and updated fans on her travels via Instagram where she posted a video montage of her recent adventures on the Pacific Island.
Spears’ latest trip to Maui comes about a week after artist “Toxic” gave a moving speech in a Los Angeles court demanding an end to his controversial guardianship, which has severely limited his autonomy over the past 13 years. .
Wednesday, CNN reported that the singer ‘begged’ her attorney, Samuel Ingham III, to file a petition to end the guardianship – a legal option Spears said she was unaware of before when appealing to a judge this week last and apologizing for his “ignorance”.
“Maui part 2,” Spears wrote on Monday. on Instagram. “These images are more current however… FROM YESTERDAY !!! I drive the cheapest car known to mankind but it’s pretty fun… I love the sound of the ocean at night and I love hearing people laughing from my balcony… there is a unit here and it ‘is endless !!! ”
In the video, the Grammy winner can be seen taking in tropical views, dancing in swimsuits, and doing sand angels on the beach to the tune of Portugal. The “feeling still” of man
“Here is me playing in the land and… in the ocean,” continued hitmaker “Lucky” in her caption. “More to come… more to share… more to dream… more to hope for… and many more to pray for !!!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL !!!! This is Maui.
In a tracking clip Posted Tuesday, Spears called out those who harassed her while on vacation in Hawaii by sharing a series of “dos and don’ts” for fans and primarily paparazzi damaging her “space.”
“So being here in Maui is pretty crazy now… paps know where I am and it’s really no fun,” she captioned another edit – this time to the tune of “F — You” by Lily Allen.
“It’s pretty hard to go anywhere because these silly faces keep popping up to take a picture of me … but not only do they take a picture of me … they distort my body and spoil it. the picture and it’s embarrassing … I know my body isn’t perfect but I definitely DO NOT look like the way they describe me. It’s rude and it’s mean, so sweet papa F— YOU AND F— OFF. ”
During the not-to-do part of the accompanying slideshow, the Grammy winner asked the paparazzi and fans not to interrupt her while she was texting (“That’s rude.” ), as well as “stop messing around with my photos and editing them to the point where it’s embarrassing.”
She, however, encouraged her loyal supporters to participate in pride celebrations, such as a recent parade in Paris that saw hundreds of protesters erupt in a group performance of Spears’ hit single “Oops! … I Did It Again” “.
During last week’s explosive hearing, Spears accused her conservatives of “abusive” behavior, such as forcing her to work non-stop and stifling her reproductive freedom by preventing her from removing her intrauterine contraceptive device.
“I lied and told the whole world that I’m fine and happy,” Spears said in a heated 24-minute speech.
“I have been in denial. I was in shock. I am traumatised. … But now I’m telling you the truth, okay? I am not happy. I can not sleep. I’m so angry, it’s crazy. And I am depressed. I cry every day.
Following her catchy remarks, an army of celebrities – including Spears’ sister Jamie Lynn Spears, her former “Mickey Mouse Club” co-star Christina Aguilera and some of her exes Justin Timberlake and Kevin Federline – spoke out. in his name. .
“Being silenced, ignored, intimidated or denied the support of your ‘loved ones’ is the most exhausting, devastating and demeaning thing you can imagine,” Aguilera tweeted this week.
“My heart goes out to Britney. She deserves all the TRUE love and support in the world.