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Not ready to return to the music industry

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An American singer says she is “fearing people and business” after the “terrible things” she had to experience for 13 years under the power of attorney.

Spears, who is engaged to boyfriend Sam Asgari, complains to the judge in charge of her adult guardianship earlier this year that she found her father, Jamie Spears, in control of her career. Said. (Reuters)

Britney Spears shows that after 13 years under a guardianship that has taken control of her personal and business problems and scared the entertainment business, she is not yet ready to return to music production.

“It seems almost strange why I don’t play music anymore … people don’t know the terrible things they personalized to me and after I experienced I’m doing business with people !!!” Spears Wrote on a long Instagram post on Monday.

She last performed in October 2018.

“Don’t play my music anymore is a way of saying’Fuck You’in the sense that it actually benefits the family by ignoring my real job. It’s like winning them unknowingly. It’s like fucking, “added the” toxic “singer.

Spears, 40, who was released from his father’s 2008 court arrangement last month, said in 2022, “I want to push myself a little more and scare me, but not too much.”

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Spears, who is engaged to boyfriend Sam Asgari, complains to the judge in charge of her adult guardianship earlier this year that she found her father, Jamie Spears, in control of her career. Said.

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Jamie Spears was dismissed as a guardian in September.

His only goal was to help her daughter rehabilitate her career after a mental health collapse in 2007, stating that he always acted in her best interests. rice field.

Source: TRT World and distributors

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