Britney Spears Insists ‘I Write My Posts’ Amid Rumors Someone Else Controls Her Social Media!

For a while now, many have been speculating that Britney Spears is not the one who is in control of her Instagram account. That being said, in a new report, she was quoted as saying the opposite, making it very clear that she is, in fact, the one behind her page.

In her statement for TMZ, Britney said that ‘I write my posts.’

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The rumors started going around after the release of the Framing Britney Spears documentary.

In fact, her former makeup artist, Billy Brasfield, said that Britney was not the one who wrote and posted her thoughts about the documentary, shared on March 30.

As you might know, in that particular post, Britney claimed that she was ’embarrassed and cried for weeks after the documentary.

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But now, Britney tells TMZ that she is ‘not talking to [Billy] at all…I am not sure who he’s talking to, but I’m not talking to Billy B.’

As for how she supposedly feels about the documentary, her lengthy caption reads: ‘My life has always been really speculated …watched … and judged. I’ve been exposed my entire life performing in front of people. It takes a lot to TRUST the universe with your real vulnerability cause I have always been insulted, judged…and embarrassed by the media… and I still am ’till this day. As the world keeps on turning and life goes on we remain so fragile and sensitive as people!!!

‘I did not watch the documentary but from what I did see, I was embarrassed by the light that they put me in … I cried for 2 weeks and well …. I still cry sometimes. I do what I can to try and keep my own joy … love … and happiness. Dancing brings me joy !!! I am not here to be perfect … perfect is boring … I am here to pass on kindness.’

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