Britney Spears launched a brutal tirade about her younger sister Jamie Lynn in light of the Nickelodeon star’s Good Morning America interview.
Britney Spears continues to scorch the ground with her family, weighing in on her little sister’s latest interview with a literal feverish statement on Twitter.
Explaining that she was watching Jamie Lynn Spears good morning america During an interview during the fever, Spears went on to explain “two things that bothered me” in the interview.
“At that time 15 years ago, she was never around me,” Spears continued. “So why are they even talking about it if she doesn’t want to sell the book at my expense?”
Spears then addressed another lingering issue between the sisters: Jamie Lynn remixed one of Britney’s songs at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards without her sister’s permission, for which Britney subsequently called her a “mean ass”.
“I know this may sound silly to most people, but I wrote a lot of my own songs and my sister was a kid,” Spears continued Thursday’s statement. “She never had to work for anything. They always gave her everything!”
“I remember asking my sister why she did it when she knew I was waiting to change my show and her only words were, ‘Well, that wasn’t my idea…’ Hope your book is a success, Jamie Lynn!
Spears continued, “But you see, I’ve always been a big person. They were all supposed to DO IT and PLAY ME, and I always sat there and accepted it… So yes, they ruined my dreams.
“My family ruined my dreams by 100 billion percent and are trying to make me look crazy… My family loves to drag me down and always hurt me, so they disgust me!”
The pop icon finished, “Psst, lesson learned from all of this, don’t trust people or anyone…make your cats and dogs your family and take care of your own dam!”
Before her closing memo, Spears wrote, “I will be off Instagram for a while. Media, this case has always been extremely hateful to me. I have given enough… MORE than enough.”
Jamie Lynn, 30, continued good morning america on Wednesday to discuss the strained relationship between the siblings before the 40-year-old pop superstar decided to have her own reunion.
That Things I should have said the author, whose memoir comes out later this month, said in an interview that she would like to speak now to “honor” her own voice.
“I have to do this, otherwise how else can I expect my daughters to stand up for themselves?” added mother of two.
However, the focus of the interview was not only Jamie Lynn’s personal difficulties, but also the problems of her older sister.
She was asked about the description of Britney’s mental state in her book, which she sometimes referred to as “erratic”, “paranoid”, and “spiralous”.
However, Jamie Lynn appeared to decline the interview, saying, “I don’t think I can speak to anyone’s mood. I don’t think it’s fair.”
However, she added about her anecdote: “I am allowed to say how I felt in those days. [moments]because it’s important. What matters is that I was hurt.”
Jamie Lynn was also asked about the backlash she’s received about the role she may or may not have played in Britney’s controversial conservatorship, and Zoe 101 The alum claimed that she “thought of ways” to help end this.
“I tried my best to make sure she had the contacts she needed to maybe go ahead and end this custody and just end it all for our family,” she said.
The former Nickelodeon star added, “I even talked to her previous legal team and it didn’t work out in my favor.”
Britney was eventually released in November, but the legal changes didn’t seem to fix things between I’m a slave 4 U singer and her family.
Earlier this month, the Grammy winner even unfollowed Jamie Lynn on Instagram.
Britney first called her family while fighting for freedom at a court hearing in June 2021.
That A part of me the singer stated at the time that her family “should be in jail” for benefiting from her “abusive” guardianship, which The newspaper “New York Times She is estimated to have earned at least $6 million for her father, Jamie Spears, when he worked as her guardian.
She also told the court, “I really couldn’t even stand up for myself. I couldn’t even talk to my mom or dad… I was scared.”
Since then, Britney has made several quips to Jamie Lynn on social media, calling her a “mean ass” and criticizing her 2017 tribute at the Radio Disney Music Awards.
Jamie Lynn defended the performance at GPA and said, “Honestly, I don’t know why it bothers her.”
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