“So much time wasted just to embarrass and humiliate me, and I think now it seems strange to most why I don’t even make my own music anymore … After what I’ve been through, I’m afraid of people and business. … “
Britney Spears in public reflecting due to her many years of hiatus from her music studies, and this is largely due to the lack of creative freedom that she had under her tutelage.
In case you didn’t know Spears last performed live on October 21, 2018, as part of its A part of me tour. She was still in care at the time; the restrictive legal action ended last month after 13 years.
In June this year, the pop star spoke out against conservatism in an emotional court hearing, calling the terms “offensive” and comparing her experiences of being forced to work against her will to “trafficking for sexual exploitation.”
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At the hearing, Spears also publicly denounced her father Jamie, who controlled her life and finances as her guardian, as well as her mother Lynn and sister Jamie Lynn, who, she said, “did nothing” to help her while she struggled.
And since the testimony was given, Spears, who announced “indefinite break in workAfter living in Vegas in 2018, she continued to publicly reflect on the difficulties she faced during legalization, revealing back in July that she had been “begging” for some creative control over her shows for years.
“I’m not going to put on heavy makeup and try again on stage and I won’t be able to remix my songs for many years and I beg to include my new music in my show for MY fans … so I’m done !!!! I don’t like that my sister appeared at the awards ceremony and performed MY SONGS with remixes. ”- Spears. general in July.
Now, in a new Instagram post this week, Spears went on to talk even more about her creative freedom being denied while in custody and the long-term impact that has had on her.
“I took the ‘okay’ fake denial approach because I didn’t want to create conflict. I was GOOD, FALSE and I absolutely screamed inside, ”wrote Spears along with a series of quotes about loyalty.
“I have asked for 13 years to perform new songs and remixes of my old songs,” she continued. “I had a two month hiatus between every show during my four years in Vegas … and every time I asked, they said no.”
“It was an attempt to make me fail, but I knew exactly what I wanted, [fans] to see, and it didn’t make sense, how networked TV shows showcase my music with remixes of all my music … but the person who owns the music is said no, ”she added. “They even did remixes for my sister, but why did they always say no to me?”
The Toxic singer went on to discuss her hiatus in more detail, revealing that she only shared “superficial concerns.”
“So much wasted time just to embarrass and humiliate me, and I think it seems strange to most now why I don’t even make my own music anymore,” she wrote.
“People have no idea what terrible things have been done to me personally … and after what I went through, I am afraid of people and business,” – admitted Spears.
“They really hurt me,” she added. “I don’t do music anymore – it’s my way of saying ‘Fuck You’ in a way, when it only benefits my family, ignoring my real job … it’s like I subconsciously let them win.”
Spears’ nod towards her hiatus and music came days after she teased “a new song in development” in a post that thrilled fans.
Sharing video As she hummed her vocals on December 22nd, Spears noted in the caption, “Pssss, new song in development … I’ll let you know what I mean,” next to a winking emoji.
In the same caption, which has since been deleted, Spears cited her successes while criticizing her family.
“Yes … I will be my own cheerleader … why ???? I am here to remind white cool family that I have not forgotten what they did to me and I will never forget, “she wrote, noting that she is a” multi-platinum Grammy-winning pop icon “with” nearly 100 million records sold worldwide. “
Reflecting again on the accomplishments in her most recent Instagram post, Spears said the need to list them arose out of “serious uncertainty.”
“I’m clearly insecure,” she said. wrote“Otherwise, I wouldn’t have acted like a nasty 8-year-old boy last week defending himself with his accomplishments.”
“To be honest, my family embarrassed me and hurt me deeply … so the sound of my own horn and the fact that my past achievements reflected on me really helped,” she added.