Britney Spears does not think her situation would have happened to another pop star and peer: Jennifer Lopez. In the same post, Spears also implied that she is done with the entertainment business, despite hopes from fans that she will record new music following the end of her conservatorship.
“I’d like to see somebody tell Jennifer Lopez to sit 8 hours a day 7 days a week … no car, own security of 5 years telling me at my door I can’t walk outside for 4 months … no door for privacy … and watched me change naked and shower …,” Spears wrote in a note posted on her Instagram grid on Sunday, September 25, that has since been deleted.
“I’d like to see a management team tell Jennifer Lopez to go through what I went through … what the fuck do you think she would do … her family would NEVER allow that,” she wrote.
In the same post Spears said that she has no interest in being in the entertainment business anymore. “You say do what you want to do now … Really 14 years later after being humiliated … it’s WAY too late for that … again I’d rather stay home and shit in my fucking pool than join the entertainment business … the truth is a fucking bitch,” she wrote.
Spears’s first step back into the music business following the release from her conservatorship last year was a collaboration with Elton John called “Hold Me Closer.” Since Britney Spears became free of the 13-year conservatorship that gave her father, Jamie Spears, control of her finances, career, and lifestyle, the singer has been brutally honest about her family on social media. In August, Spears posted and deleted a 22-minute video on YouTube in which she went over the trauma in more detail.
“I was just like a robot, honestly,” Britney Spears said in the video. “I just didn’t give a fuck anymore because I couldn’t go where I wanted to go, I couldn’t have the nannies that I wanted to have, I couldn’t have cash, and it was just demoralizing. So I was kind of in this conspiracy of people claiming and treating you like a superstar, but yet they treated me like nothing.”