- Britney Spears posts nude photos on Instagram.
- Fans of the controversial singer have mixed feelings about the most recent posts.
- “Anyone else here legitimately concerned?” wrote a follower.
The most recent series of photos shared by Britney Spears has once again aroused sparked controversy among her fans and critics. She shared a series of vacation photos without clothes on Instagram.
While some followers of the controversial artist celebrate Britney’s audacity by posting 12 nude photos on her Instagram account and consider it to be her way of expressing her freedom, others wonder if ending her father’s guardianship could have been a bad decision.
Britney Spears sparks controversy
Photographer Matt Bernstein spoke out in favor of Britney, saying: “I swear people forget that Britney was in prison of her father’s design for the past 13 years. She missed the years when we were all terrible at Instagram and used those tacky in-app filters. She’s feeling herself. Let her be.”
The pop singer posted the series of completely nude photos with heart emojis and her hands covering her private parts. Britney Spears said in a September 2021 court document that she wanted her father’s conservatorship, that has controlled her life and her money since 2008, to end. Filed Under: Britney Spears photo.
Is Britney treated differently than other stars?
“Anyone else here legitimately worried?” wrote one netizen while another noted, “Starting to think those who were in control maybe should have kept it.” Other people defended the artist by claiming that she’s doing the same thing that other stars are doing.
So Kim Kardashian can do this but Britney Spears can’t? And do you want to call her crazy when she does the same thing other girls are doing all the time?,” one follower wrote. According to TMZ, other celebrities such as Bella Hadid, Julia Fox, Christina Aguilera, Rihanna, Lizzo and Kim Kardashian have all posted nude images. Filed Under: Britney Spears photo.
The post Britney Spears publishes photo as God brought her into the world appeared first on Mundo Hispánico.