Early on in film school, students can be taught the art of bonding. By placing two pictures side by side, one can often infer a third meaning. Britney Spears, newly liberated from her managerial role, offered a quick lesson on the theory on her Instagram stories Friday night.
First, we see part of the Associated Press video in it Christina Aguilera, who tightening history with Spears back when they were kids, was asked if the two pop stars had any communication.
Before Aguilera could answer, one of her handlers (Brett Ruttenberg, based on Page six) stepped in to say, “we’re not doing that tonight, I’m sorry,” then pulled her away from the camera. “I can’t…” Aguilera said as she shrugged and turned around, adding, “but I’m happy for her.”
Spears wrote on the video: “I love and adore the people who have supported me…but refusing to tell when you know the truth is tantamount to a lie!!!” She added, “13 years in a corrupt abusive system but why [it] a difficult topic for people to talk about??? I’m the one who went through it!!! All the supporters who spoke out and supported me thank you… Yes, I matter! ”
Soon after, Spears posted a video of Lady Gaga talk about this issue from a Gucci house Red carpet. “Her treatment in this business is really wrong, and the way that women are treated in the music industry is something that I hope will change,” Gaga said.
Contrary to her typed comments on Aguilera’s video, Spears wrote: “Thank you @LadyGaga for really taking the time to say something kind. You make me cry!!! I love you!!”
One of the great woes of modern times is the fleeting nature of Instagram stories. Like tears in the rain, these transmissions soon dissipate. But thanks to virtuous individuals like Youtuber GlitterBritney, we’ve got a record of all of this. Let’s witness!
Page six Note that in June, Aguilera actually supported Spears while she was in the middle of her legal battle. She wrote on her Instagram: “It is unacceptable that any woman or human being who wants to control her own destiny should not be allowed to live the life she wants. For a woman who has worked under conditions and pressures unimaginable to most, I promise you she deserves all the freedom she can to live a happy life. his happiest. My heart goes out to Britney. ”
Rising above the mayhem in Aguilera, Gaga on Friday posted an image to her own Instagram story, a snap of herself with the message: “Love you @britneyspears Live the good life your most. I pray for the legal system to treat you like a human being. You have now changed the course for women in this industry forever. You stood up for yourself and were very brave. Thank you.”
Gaga has been pretty busy on her social platforms towards the end of the year. She also shared a snap from her set and Gucci house costar Adam Driver to celebrate his birthday. She wished him “the best day”, she said she was grateful to have learned from him, applauded his fans, and also called him “a founder”. weird like me.” The driver’s response is still unknown, since the actor does not appear on social networks.
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