Britney Spears: That’s why she criticizes Christina Aguilera

Britney Spears
That’s why she criticizes Christina Aguilera

They were big competitors for a long time: Britney Spears (left) and Christina Aguilera.

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Britney Spears has complained about Christina Aguilera because she dodged a question about her during a red carpet appearance.

US singer Britney Spears (39, “… Baby One More Time”) has complained about her colleague and former competitor Christina Aguilera (40, “Genie in a Bottle”) because she was performing on the red carpet at dodged a question about her at the Latin Grammy Awards.

In an Instagram story shows Spears the excerpt in which Aguilera is asked by a reporter whether she has had any contact with Spears since the end of her guardianship. Then she looks at her speaker, who pulls her away with the words “no, we won’t do that tonight – I’m sorry”. Aguilera also says: “But I’m happy for her.”

Spears comments on the excerpt with clear words: “I love and adore everyone who has supported me … but refusing to speak when you know the truth is tantamount to a lie!”, She writes. “13 years in a corrupt, abusive system and why is it still so difficult for people to talk about it? I am the one who went through it! I thank everyone who stood up for me and supported me … yes, I am important! “said Spears.

In another story, Spears thanked Lady Gaga, 35, who gave a detailed answer to the question about the termination of Spears’ guardianship. “Thank you Lady Gaga for really taking the time to say something nice,” she writes. “You made me cry! I love you.”

13 years under guardianship

After the singer had mental breakdowns, Britney Spears’ father was appointed by a court as her guardian in 2008. Since 2014, the mother of two is said to have tried to break free from this regulation.

Her father’s guardianship of property and person was officially ended on Friday. The temporary guardian John Zabel will still have “administrative powers” over her property for a transitional period.

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