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Britney Spears preaches 'kindness' and encourages fans to 'pass it on'

Britney Spears preaches 'kindness' and encourages fans to 'pass it on'

Britney Spears preaches 'kindness' and encourages fans to 'pass it on'... after speaking out about controversial documentary amid ongoing conservatorship battle

She recently appeared to break her silence on the documentary Framing Britney Spears, which discussed her controversial conservatorship - providing more ammunition for the #FreeBritney movement.

And Britney Spears spoke up again via Instagram on Wednesday as she encouraged her passionate fanbase to spread 'kindness' amid the online uproar surrounding the documentary.

'KINDNESS, AMERICA .... PASS IT ON ✨⭐️❤️ !!!!' captioned the 39-year-old pop star, followed by a slew of cutesy emojis.

Kindness: Britney Spears spoke up again via Instagram on Wednesday as she encouraged her passionate fanbase to spread 'kindness' amid the online uproar surrounding the documentary 

She also included a meme suggesting that people 'need to care less about whether our children are academically gifted and more about whether they sit with the lonely kid in the cafeteria.'

Wednesday's kindness-centered post comes just one day after the Toxic songstress used Twitter to seemingly suggest that there is much more to her story than what Framing Britney Spears provided - and warned that people do not know everything about 'the actual person living behind the lens.' 

Although she did not reference the documentary specifically, the mother-of-two sent a clear message about its content on Tuesday, telling fans: 'Remember, no matter what we think we know about a person's life it is nothing compared to the actual person living behind the lens.'

Britney also appeared to address reports that she is refusing to work until her father Jamie is removed as her conservator, insisting in a second tweet that while she loves being on stage, she is 'taking the time to learn and be normal' and to 'enjoy the basics of everyday life'. 

Pass it on! 'KINDNESS, AMERICA .... PASS IT ON ✨⭐️❤️ !!!!' captioned the 39-year-old pop star, followed by a slew of cutesy emojis; Britney pictured on Monday

Along with her words, Spears shared a throwback video of herself performing Toxic at the 2018 New Years Rockin' Eve ball drop in Times Square, writing: 'Can't believe this performance of Toxic is from 3 years ago !!!

'I'll always love being on stage .... but I am taking the time to learn and be a normal person ..... I love simply enjoying the basics of every day life !!!'

Though she made it seem like her hiatus was strictly personal, Britney's lawyers have previously said she refuses to perform while dad Jamie is 'in charge' of her career through her conservatorship.

Britney's last live performance took place on October 21, 2018, ten months after the end of a year-long residency in Las Vegas.

She was due to start a second residency at the Park Theater in the Park MGM Hotel and Casino in February 2019, however the singer canceled all performances just a few weeks before the first date, after her father nearly died from a ruptured colon.

Speaking out: She recently appeared to break her silence on the documentary Framing Britney Spears, which discussed her controversial conservatorship - providing more ammunition for the #FreeBritney movement 

 Message is clear: Although she did not reference the documentary specifically, the mother-of-two sent a clear message about its content on Tuesday, telling fans: 'Remember, no matter what we think we know about a person's life it is nothing compared to the actual person living behind the lens'; Britney pictured on Monday

At the time, Britney stated that she was taking an 'indefinite work hiatus', explaining that she wanted to 'dedicate her focus and energy to [caring] for her family'.

'We have a very special relationship and I want to be wi th my family at this time just like they have always been there for me,' she concluded.

However, in November, a lawyer for the pop sensation told a court that Britney is scared of her father and is refusing to perform again until he is removed as her conservator. She has asked that his co-conservator, Jodi Montgomery, her longtime care manager, become her permanent conservator

'My client has informed me that she is afraid of her father,' Britney's attorney Samuel D. Ingham told a judge during a hearing to determine whether another conservator should be appointed.

'She also stated that she will not perform as long as her father is in charge of her career.'

Reflecting: Along with her words, Spears shared a throwback video of herself performing Toxic at the 2018 New Years Rockin' Eve ball drop in Times Square, writing: 'Can't believe this performance of Toxic is from 3 years ago !!!'

Conflicting statements: Though she made it seem like her hiatus was strictly personal, Britney's lawyers have previously said she refuses to perform while dad Jamie is 'in charge' of her career through her conservatorship; Britney pictured in 2019

The judge declined the request for Jamie's removal from the conservatorship but said she would consider it in the future.

Jamie, 68, has been Britney's conservator since 2008, when he took control of her business affairs amid fears for her mental health.

In September 2019, he temporarily relinquished his powers to Montgomery due to 'personal health reasons' but he remains in control of her finances.

The singer's conservatorship struggle is now under fresh scrutiny following the release of the New York Times-produced documentary, which was released on Friday and sparked much public outcry about Britney's situation.

The film explored her meteoric rise to fame, cruel treatment by the media, very public struggles with mental health and ongoing conservatorship battle with father.

Conservatorship: Jamie, 68, has been Britney's conservator since 2008, when he took control of her business affairs amid fears for her mental health; Jamie and Britney pictured

It was directed by Samantha Stark and produced by the New York Times, and appeared on Hulu on Friday before being televised on FX that same evening.

Although Jamie no longer holds the conservatorship over her 'person' he does over estate thereby restricting, for example, her ability to make financial decisions.

Britney's ex-husband Kevin Federline - with whom she has two sons Sean, 15, and Jayden, 14 - wei ghed into the controversy on Tuesday evening, insisting that he has 'no involvement' in the singer's conservatorship battle, but suggesting that he supports Montgomery being named as her sole conservator.

In a statement shared with E! News, Federline's lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan said that his client believes Montgomery - who has been acting alongside Jamie has Britney's co-conservator, and whom the pop star wants to take over the role completely - is doing 'an admirable job'

'Kevin has no involvement with regard to Britney and her attorneys asking to remove Jamie as conservator,' Kaplan stated. 'He has stayed out of the conservatorship issues.

Framing Britney Spears: The singer's conservatorship struggle is now under fresh scrutiny following the release of the New York Times-produced documentary, which was released on Friday and sparked much public outcry about Britney's situation

It was directed by Samantha Stark and produced by the New York Times, and appeared on Hulu on Friday before being televised on FX that same evening

The highs and lows: The film explored her meteoric rise to fame, cruel treatment by the media, very public struggles with mental health and ongoing conservatorship battle with father

'He thinks Jodi Montgomery has done an admirable job and he has no other position to state with regard to the conservatorship.'

Britney's boyfriend Sam Asghari also had something to say in the wake of the documentary's premiere, branding Jamie a 'total d**k' in a furious post shared to his Instagram Stories on Tuesday.

He wrote: 'Now it's important for people to understand that I have zero respect for someone trying to control our relationship and constantly throwing obstacles our way,' referrin g to Spears' dad.

'In my opinion Jamie is a total d**k. I won't be going into details because I've always respected our privacy but at the same time I didn't come to this country to not be able to express my opinion and freedom.'

Passion-filled: Britney's boyfriend Sam Asghari  had something to say in the wake of the documentary's premiere, branding Jamie a 'total d**k' in a furious post shared to his Instagram Stories on Tuesday

The Iranian fitness model added an animated 'mic drop' emoji.

A source told Page Six on Monday that Spears has yet to actually watch the documentary, which also focuses how the media covered her over the years.

'A s of Sunday, Britney hadn't watched the documentary, but she's aware of it,' said the insider. 'She had not seen any of it.'

Spears hasn't watched the doc, as it would irritate her amid her ongoing legal battles with her father, the source said - although the singer may well have watched it since the insider spoke out.

'She's chosen not to watch it because she's fed up with the conservatorship,' the source told the outlet. 'She feels there is a hole missing in her life because of the conservatorship and that she won't be able to live a normal life until that's over. She knows it's a battle for her whole life.'

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