On Monday, Jamie Lynn Spears expressed his support for sister Britney Spears, coming from the pop star’s public opinion at a conservative trial last week. last
“Hello everyone, I just wanted to take a moment to talk about something,” said the younger Spears in the series’ first release to her official Instagram account. “The only reason I’ve never been like this is because I feel like my sister can speak for herself and say what she feels the need to say in public that it’s not my place and it’s not the right thing. Gotta do it. But now she’s clearly saying and saying what she wants to say. I feel like I can follow her lead and say what I feel compelled to say.”
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From Jamie Lynn’s point of view, Spears was “very clear” that she “loved, cherished and supported” her sister only from the day she was born.
“I’m very proud of you using your voice. I am very proud of you for asking me for new advice. Just like I told her to do years ago,” Spears continued. “Oh, not on a large public platform. but in a private conversation between the two brothers.”
former Zoe 101 Celebrities seem to defend themselves against Internet critics. doubting her silence in regards to taking care of her sister Some on social media have made accusations against her through tweets and TikTok videos, saying she aims to benefit from the conservatism overseen by her father, Jamie Spears.
She noted in her social media statement that she was not. This includes the type of statement she is making. “I have made a conscious decision in my life to participate only. [Britney’s] Life like a sister, an aunt [her] boys,” she said.
She also denied claims she was trying to take advantage of her sister’s legal situation. “I mean, I’ve been working to pay my bills since I was 10,” she said. “My sister knows I love and support her. And that’s the only person I owe you.
“Maybe I didn’t support her the way people would like me to. by using hashtags on public platforms But I can assure you that I supported my sister long before the hashtag. and i will support you Long after that,” Spears continued. “I have nothing to lose. [from the conservatorship] either way This situation did not affect me in any way because I was only her sister who was only concerned about her happiness.
“I’m not my family. i am my own person I’m talking for myself If the defense ends and fly to Mars—or whatever—[is what] She wants to do it to be happy. I support 100 percent because I support my sister,” she concluded, “I love my sister, always have, and will always love. As long as she is happy.”
Jamie Lynn Spears’ comments arose from Britney Spears’ most recent court appearance on June 23, during which she advocated an end to her custody.
“It is my wish and dream to put an end to all of this. I want my life back,” Spears said by phone to the courtroom in downtown Los Angeles. “I truly believe this conservationist is an insult … I want to end my conservation without being underestimated. I would like to request the termination of my guardianship.”
Spears was first classified as a police force in 2008 after a series of public events and hospitalizations. Britney’s fans have long considered the deal and called for her release using the #FreeBritney hashtag.