- I just wanted to support her and let the world know: you’re not exaggerating, and you’re not lying, tweeted contributor Spears “Pretty Girls.”
- Rapper Iggy Azalea is the Newly celebrity to join Britney Spears in her bid to rid the singer of the tightly controlled 13-year-old conservative.
In a tweet late Wednesday, tagged with the famous hashtag #FreeBritney, Azalea shared her own experience with the perceived limiting nature of conservatism that Spears’ father Jamie saw.
“The ultimate human decency is to remove from his life at least one person that Britney has identified as the culprit,” Azalia wrote in the Post, arguing that such a decision should be “illegal.” The rapper went on to explain how his performance with Spears in 2015. The year they released the “Pretty Girls” collaboration — should have gotten his first place when Spears said singers from “Toxic” bombed one Richter arguing “same behavior” during their Conservative hearing on June 23.
“During our 2015 collaboration, I experienced the same behavior that Britney described to her father last week, and I just wanted to support her and let the world know she’s not exaggerating and she’s not lying.” write. “I see him limited by the most bizarre and banal of things: how much-carbonated drink is he allowed to drink. Why is that necessary?
“Your dad comfortably waited until before our [Billboard Music Awards] show when I was in the locker room behind the scenes and told me he wouldn’t let me on stage if I didn’t sign the NDA,” he said. “The way he got me to sign sounds like the tactic that Britney talked about last week on her show in Las Vegas.”
Azalea appears to have commented on Britney’s allegations at trial. She said that Jamie’s father was “all for it,” that she was given a lithium stabilizer and that she was watched against her will by nurses after she refused to attend their meeting. She was planned to live in Las Vegas.
The tweet concludes that Azalea claims that Jamie Spears – who had long controlled the entire conservatory before retiring from her private affairs in 2019 – “has a habit of forcing people to sign documents while it seems forced.” She added: “Britney Spears should not be forced to live with this man unless she has made it clear that it is negatively impacting her mental health. This is not true.”