Britney Spears talks about why she’s not ready to compose new music

Fans won’t be hearing new music from Britney Spears anytime soon. Although the pop star has been freed from her guardianship role, she says she is “painful” and too “afraid” to return to the industry.

In a lengthy message circulated on social media, the “circus” singer opened up about her struggles in maintaining her faith in God while she is under the control of her family, specifically when they did something “unforgivable” three years ago.

She began, “I have issues…I’m not perfect so I have to remind myself daily to look up and know I’m not alone. I had an experience three years ago where I stopped believing in God.” (In early 2019, Britney was allegedly forced into a mental health facility.) False denial.

Britney said she pretended everything was “just fine” because she “didn’t want to cause conflict”.

“I wanted to be nice but what they did to my heart was unforgivable,” she wrote in the three-page note. “I asked 13 years to do new songs and remixes of my old ones… I had a two-month break between settings for each show for four years in Vegas… and every time I asked I was told ‘No… . “

Britney thinks she was set up for “failure,” noting how “they even gave them remixes for my sister.”

“I think it seems strange to most people now why I don’t play my music anymore… these are just surface issues,” the message continued. “People have no idea what terrible things have happened to me personally… and after what I have been through, I am afraid of people and business!!!!”

Britney added, “Not playing my music anymore is my way of saying ‘F*** You’ in the sense that it actually only benefits my family by ignoring my real work.”

The 40-year-old said she had “serious fears” or else “she wouldn’t act like a hateful 8-year-old last week standing up for my accomplishments”. “My family embarrassed me and hurt me so badly,” Britney said, so looking at her honor “really helped me.”

In recent months, the singer has criticized her family – dad Jamie Spears, mother Lynne Spears and sister Jamie Lynn Spears – on social media. Last week, Britney posted a number of her accomplishments in a now-deleted comment, explaining that she realized she needed to “be a cheerleader for me.”

“I remind myself and the world who I am,” she wrote, later adding that she is “here to remind my white ‘upscale’ family that I have not forgotten what they have done to me.”

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