Britney Spears' Instagram mysteriously vanishes

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Britney Spears' Instagram mysteriously vanishes

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The Instagram account of Britney Spears mysteriously vanished over the weekend following many rants from the singer on social media platform in recent weeks.

If you were to search for the pop icon on the popular social media platform, she will be sadly nowhere to be seen.

Britney posted a rant on her Instagram account last week, detailing her father's treatment of her during his conservatorship.

Just over a year ago, Britney was freed from her controversial conservatorship, which saw her father Jamie Spears be in control of the her financial matters and wellbeing for 13 years.

Towards the end of that period, passionate fans demanded for Britney to be freed of the conservatorship, with the #FreeBritney campaign trending across the globe.

Fans started a campaign to 'free' Britney from her conservatorship, which was successful in 2021. Credit: Ben Von Klemperer/Alamy Stock Photo
Fans started a campaign to 'free' Britney from her conservatorship, which was successful in 2021. Credit: Ben Von Klemperer/Alamy Stock Photo

Leading up to the star's departure from Instagram, you could hear Britney in the background of her husband's life video refusing to appear.

Sam Asghari pressed the live button on social media earlier this week, and many fans tuned in to get a glimpse of Britney.

However, they were left disappointed as Britney was heard saying in the background: "I don’t wanna jump in, I have nothing to say.

"I don’t wanna talk to them right now."

Britney's outburst towards her father on Instagram came the same day that her former assistant Felicia Culotta expressed her concerns for the pop icon.

In an interview with Page Six at the Broadway opening of the musical '& Juliet', Felicia admitted that she hadn't spoken to Britney in 'quite a while'.

 Felicia Culotta, Britney's former assistant, has been speaking about the singer in documentaries. Credit: Everett Collection Inc/Alamy Stock Photo
Felicia Culotta, Britney's former assistant, has been speaking about the singer in documentaries. Credit: Everett Collection Inc/Alamy Stock Photo

She added: "I write all the time - I love handwritten letters.

"I just hope and pray she gets them. I know for sure before she wasn’t [in the past], so I’m very hopeful that she gets them [now]."

Felicia also said that the backlash Britney's father had received was well deserved.

She said: "Karma will get every single thing that was bad — karma will take care of [it]. I have faith in that.

Despite the concerning words from her former aide, Britney does not seem to be too impressed by Felicia.

The popstar fired up Instagram earlier this month and criticised the documentaries about her in recent times.

She took particular aim at Felicia, who had featured in Hulu’s Framing Britney Spears and the New York Times’ Controlling Britney Spears.

Britney has taken to Instagram to rant often in recent weeks. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Stock Photo
Britney has taken to Instagram to rant often in recent weeks. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Stock Photo

Britney brought up "when my old assistant talked about how I went through the neighborhood passing out 100 dollar bills when my first song came out!!!"

In a mad rant, she added: "I wish I could go inside the heads of people like my dad and her and really try to understand why people lie and make up such things like that!!!

"I mean it doesn’t get lower than that … why did you say that ???

"That’s not even true !!! Wasn’t it already bad enough what they did to me and on top of it everybody is getting together and doing the trashiest docs I’ve ever seen in my life saying it’s TO HELP ME???

Topics: Celebrity, Britney Spears

Callum Jones
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