Britney Spears Clarified on Wednesday that she was not shaming Selena Gomez in a now-deleted Instagram post in which she called out people who talked about not showing their bodies on Instagram while the Risk music video called “hypocrisy.” made as[s],
Spears wrote in a post after deleting the original post, “Let me make it clear that I share my beliefs about women judging other women for their rights to express themselves.” ” “What I said had nothing to do with any specific person… it was clearly a topic at hand that all women have to deal with…”
Fans speculated that Spears may have been talking about Gomez when she wrote: “Don’t you just love the nerves of women who are persuasively receiving awards and not showing off their bodies on Instagram Speaks on your beliefs???!!!!!!”
She continued, “They say ‘this isn’t something I would do’ yet it’s the women who make $4 million budget videos about sucking and licking homemade ice cream!!!! Still others give righteous speeches shaming women while exposing their bodies, I want to tell those guys they are not hypocrites because you dream big budget on your lollipops…
In 2016, Gomez gave a speech at the American Music Awards, saying she didn’t want to police people’s “bodies on Instagram.” “I want to see what’s in here,” she said, pointing to her heart. Gomez wore several sexy outfits in the 2020 music video for the song “Ice Cream” with K-pop group BLACKPINK.
In her explanation, Spears said she was “sincerely referring to my days when I was younger when I was harshly discriminated against … men in interviews were discussing my boobs on live TV or my midriff and skin were showing!!! Selena is gone through something similar.”
The “Womanizer” singer said that her “Ice Cream” comment was referring to stars who had “million-dollar budget videos” and the “S—” was referring to Kelis’ 2004 “Milkshake” video. when she was a “young artist”. Make it.”
She added that the “milkshake” video featured women “pushing the boundaries” of how they are allowed to express themselves. The “Strong” singer wrote, “I empower women to express their bodies however they choose.” Spears has posted several implied nudity photos on Instagram since her stereotype ended last year.
Spears said she didn’t even know about Gomez’s “ice cream” video when she wrote the post, joking that she was “not part of the crowd.”
“I really have a lot of respect and respect for “Pretty Queen Gomez,” she said, adding that she was lashing out at the “Calm Down” singer after surprising Spears at her June wedding to Sam Asghari. .
She continued, “I would like to tell Selena that she probably doesn’t even know about the trash news. I’ve got music Thank you again for making my dreams come true by coming to my wedding… you are the one person I always wanted to meet and my dream came true and I will never forget it!!!”
The two pop stars have expressed mutual admiration for each other over the years.