Britney Spears has finally addressed Hulu’s Framing Britney Spears documentary, which tells the story of her life in the spotlight. The documentary, which was released last week, explores the singer’s early years, where, at just 10, she was subjected to some seriously creepy questions from then 69-year-old TV host Ed McMahon, all the way up to her mental health struggles and many public controversies in the mid-late 2000s.
Posting to her official Twitter account, the star posted a throwback video of herself performing perennial banger, Toxic, to a crowd. “Can’t believe this performance of Toxic is from 3 years ago!!! I’ll always love being on stage…. but I am taking the time to learn and be a normal person,” Spears wrote.
Each person has their story and their take on other people’s stories !!!! We all have so many different bright beautiful lives 🌹🌸🌷🌼!!! Remember, no matter what we think we know about a person's life it is nothing compared to the actual person living behind the lens 📷✨ !!!!
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) February 9, 2021
Seemingly speaking to the Free Britney movement, which has been reignited in the wake of the polarizing documentary, Spears reminded her fans to keep their perspectives in check. “Each person has their story and their take on other people’s stories!!!!” she continued in the post.
“We all have so many different bright beautiful lives! Remember, no matter what we think we know about a person’s life it is nothing compared to the actual person living behind the lens.”
Spears’ life and controversial 12-year-long conservatorship to father, Jamie Spears, has continued to draw speculation. The ...Baby One More Time singer’s boyfriend, Sam Asghari, only served to fan the flames in recent days when he called her father “a dick” on his Instagram Stories.
Her social media team also came out recently to defend Spears’ social media activity, insisting the rumor that her online channels were being controlled was false.