Madonna calls Britney Spears conservatorship ‘a violation to human rights’

 

The longtime queen of pop Madonna has spoken out against the 13-year conservatorship of Britney Spears. She posted a throwback photo where she’s wearing a T shirt that has Britney Spears written on it. The post was shared with 16.2 million of her followers.

 

Her Instagram Stories said that Britney Spears should get her life back and that slavery was abolished a long time ago. Madonna also wished death to the patriarchy that had been doing this to women for centuries. She also called it a “violation of human rights” and said that they were coming to get her out of jail.

 

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Madonna and Britney Spears worked together in the 2003 collaboration of Me Against the Music. In the same year they had performed at the MTV Video Music Awards. It was an eventful performance as Madonna and Spears had kissed in public and then Madonna and Christina Aguilera had also kissed, creating headlines globally. They had performed Madonna’s popular track Like a Virgin.

 

Several stars have come out in support of Britney Spears after she dropped a bombshell about how she has been treated during her conservatorship. She had called it “abusive.” She had asked Judge Penny to end it.

 

Her court appointed lawyer, Sam Ingham, The Bessemer Trust, a private trust which was supposed to look after her financial affairs and her longtime manager have already resigned, unlike James Jamie Spears, her father who’s trying to stick on to the conservatorship like Teflon. Britney has been under the constant conservatorship of her father whom she doesn’t trust from almost thirteen years. She had had no control over any aspect of her life.

 

Earlier Christina Aguilera had also posted a throwback photo of her and Britney when they had worked together as child artistes on the Disney show Mickey Mouse Club. Some of the other celebrities who offered Britney Spears support are Paris Hilton, Cher, Miley Cyrus and Mariah Carey.

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