Britney Spears Feels “Bullied”, Slams Documentaries On Her Life: “It Would Never Happen To Will Smith, Gwyneth Paltrow Or Jennifer Lopez”

Documentaries on Britney Spears made her feel ‘humiliated’ (Photo Credits – Instagram)

Singer Britney Spears has tagged documentaries made about her “outrageous”.

Expressing displeasure over so many movies being made about him in a now-deleted rant on Instagram, ‘toxic‘ The hitmaker admitted that he made her feel “badass,” reports aceshowbiz.com.

The 40-year-old pop star also found it objectionable that people believe 2021 films, including FX and The New York Times’ “Framing Britney Spears” and its sequels “Controlling Britney Spears”, “Toxic: Britney Spears” Battle for Freedom . ‘ and ‘Britney Vs Spears’ played a key role in her stereotype being finally removed in November 2021.

“I’ve never felt more bullied in my life in this country. This is crazy – and to come seriously, is it honestly legal to have that many documentaries about someone without someone’s blessing??!” Sam Asghari’s wife wrote.

“Seriously though, think about it I’ve never seen Will Smith, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez have so many documentaries made on one person.”

“No one on the face of this earth would ever – a network, TV production or anyone for that matter – dig up so much negative footage and do hour specials claiming ‘Helping Me.’ Really???” He laughed even more. “It was the most humiliating thing I’ve ever done in my life and every person I’ve spoken to has said it’s the reason conservatism ended – really???” Britney Spears inquired.

“It’s the saddest thing I’ve ever done in my life — so people not only turn away from what I’ve done,” she continued, “they also didn’t even come close to sharing what they actually did with me.” , but they can expose me like this in a shameful tone that claims to ‘help me’.”

Feeling “utterly humiliated” by the documentaries, Britney Spears insisted on her powerful testimony in court, which persuaded the judge to lift the stereotype, not the “poor footage” in the movies.

She added: “I’m not sure why people think it’s completely legal to humiliate me.”

“This will never happen to Will Smith, halle barryOr Jane Doe,” he insisted.

“I just want to know how all these people are saying that it helped me when I just feel with my mouth and my word and what I said in my testimony to the judge!! He said it all – that’s it That would be it. But not in America!!”

“Everybody jumps on board with these heartwarming documentaries and forgets 13 years in my stereotyping — they have literally no regrets for some of my past,” she said. “They’ve always treated me like that, literally that’s what my family did to me. They threw me and treated me like nothing, just like the private airport where they set me up for a cheap shot.” did. “

“Honestly it’s not the fact that they sell my whole embarrassingly ugly picture – it’s all effort how much research they put into bad footage to get footage for documentaries. It’s so outrageous it’s not even funny,” He continued.

“No more a**hole, my feet look nothing like this!! America – this nation has been one thing and one thing only for me – a bully,” Britney Spears

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