Britney Spears is not alone.
Many of her fellow artists are speaking out after the debut of the new documentary ‘The New York Times Presents: The Framing of Britney Spears.’
After the Princess of Pop entered into conservatorship in 2008, her father, Jamie Spears, gained full control of her financial and personal affairs. Over the year, the ‘Circus’ singer has been in a legal battle in order to gain control once more.
Now, the new documentary pulls back the curtain and shines a light on the #FreeBritney movement – which has gained support from A-listers after its debut.
See what we mean below…
— samsmith (@samsmith) February 7, 2021
After watching this Britney Spears doc, I’m realizing (for the millionth time) how shitty Justin Timberlake has been towards women.
And like… nobody says shit.
— CHIKA 🏆 (@oranicuhh) February 8, 2021
Y’all..it’s plaguing me that nobody knows if @britneyspears is truly okay. Really hoping that if she isn’t she can formally vocalize it in some way and that she knows all of us on the outside really give a shit about her well-being. 😢
— K A C E Y (@KaceyMusgraves) February 8, 2021
This Britney Spears doc is truly heartbreaking. She was so pure and good and the world ripped her apart.
— VINCINT (@VINCINT_) February 7, 2021
the Framing Britney Spears doc holy fuck.
no artist today would have to endure the literal torture that media/society/utter misogynists inflicted upon her.
the mental health awareness conversation, culturally, could never be where it is without the awful price she has paid.
— hayley from Paramore 🥀 (@yelyahwilliams) February 6, 2021
— bettemidler (@BetteMidler) February 7, 2021