Pop singer Britney Spears said Tuesday that her recent documentaries about her life and career were “hypocritical,” referring to them as “hypocritical” because they reexamined her personal problems and criticized her first report to the press.
Walt Disney Co’s FX network and New York Times Release Britney Spears Framing February. This documentary examined the singer’s rapid rise in fame as a teenager, followed by media scrutiny and her widely known classification. And this month BBC Release Battle for Brittany: fans, cash, guardians In England. It will debut in the US and Canada from May 11th through the BBC Select streaming service.
In an Instagram post, Spears didn’t name the documentary and said, “There are so many documentaries of my life this year.”
“This documentary is so hypocritical… they criticize the media and do the same thing,” she added.
In March, Spears said he cried for two weeks after watching part of the movie. Britney Spears Framing.
that much BBC In a statement on Tuesday, the documentary said, “It explores the complexity surrounding conservationism with care and meticulousness.”
The statement added, “It does not take sides and features a variety of contributors.”
ㅏ New York Times The spokesman declined to comment.
Spears, who gained fame with the 1998 hit’Baby One More Time’, is fighting a court battle to replace her guardian father. He was appointed to the role in 2008 after being hospitalized for psychiatric treatment.
Her fans have shown support on social media with the hashtags #We’reSorryBritney and #FreeBritney. Spears is due to speak with the Los Angeles Court in June.
In her Instagram post featuring herself dancing, Spears said, “I had a pretty hard time in my life… but I had more amazing times in my life and unfortunately my friends… I think the world is more of a negative thing. I think you are interested.”