Britney calls out Christina Aguilera and thanks Lady Gaga on Instagram

Image Credit Instagram Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Lady Gaga

 

Britney Spears has called out Christina Aguilera “for refusing to speak” about the pop star’s 13 year conservatorship that ended recently. On Thursday, at the Latin Grammys, Christina Aguilera was asked to comment on the conservatorship by a journalist. Instead, her publicist replied that that they were “not doing that tonight. I’m sorry.” Then Aguilera answered saying that “she was happy for her.”

After the interview, Britney posted a clip on her Instagram Stories and criticized Christina. She said that she loved and adored everyone who supported her. She said that “refusing to speak when you know the truth, is equivalent to a lie!!!” She questioned why it was a hard topic for people to talk about after mentioning that it was she who was in a “corrupt abusive system” for 13 years.

Britney also said that she was “the one who went through it!!!” She thanked all the supporters who spoke up and supported her. She affirmed, “…yes I do matter!!!!!”

Earlier, Lady Gaga had posted a sweet tweet for Britney on Twitter on November 13, saying that she “looked up to her” and had “admired her strength.” The Rain on Me star showered praise on Britney calling the pop star “a superstar and a super human being.”

Lady Gaga once again spoke of Britney at the House of Gucci premiere reiterating her happiness that Britney was free and said that Britney was “incredibly inspirational” and that she had “authored her freedom.”

Britney saw these kind words from Lady Gaga. She thanked Lady Gaga for genuinely taking time to post kind words about her. She also said “You made me cry! I love you!” after posting the words written by the A Star is Born singer on her story.

The Toxic singer has finally gained freedom from an “abusive” conservatorship where all her personal and financial decisions were controlled by Jamie Spears, her father. Britney Spears had no freedom to make her own choices, for thirteen years.

 


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