Britney Spears said she “cryed for two weeks” after being embarrassed by a famous documentary exploring her career.
Britney Spears framing Premiered in February, she examined her meteorite rise to the top of pop music and the fall that followed.
It’s her mental health struggle since the mid-2000s, her treatment by tabloid media, and Adult guardianship system that has overseen her financial and personal matters Since 2008.
Spears, 39, had previously covered the series indirectly, but now said, “I didn’t see the documentary,” but what she saw was “they gave me.” I was embarrassed by the light. “
She said: “I cried for two weeks,” he added, “and well … I still cry from time to time.”
The statement shared on Instagram was accompanied by a video of a pop star dancing to Aerosmith’s song “Crazy.” She tagged the singer Steven Tyler.
“I’ve been exposed to acting in front of people for the rest of my life. It takes a lot of power to trust the universe with your true vulnerabilities, as I’ve always been judged that way. … insulted … and embarrassed by the media … and I’m still up to today. “
“As the world continues to change and life continues, we remain as vulnerable and sensitive as people,” Spears added.
After touching on the documentary, she said: To be perfect … To be perfect is boring … I’m here to convey kindness. “
Spears is currently involved in a court battle over the adult guardianship system with his father, Jamie.
He oversaw both her personal and financial problems before resigning from his role for the former due to poor health.
Spears lawyer asked the judge to hire her My father was permanently replaced as a personal guardian..
However, Jamie remains a co-guardian of her daughter’s finances, and she is not happy with the deal.