While it may be looong time before any of us get to see Britney Spears on tour again, it looks like Brit’s been going on an apology tour reconciling with her estranged family members she feuded publicly with when her conservatorship ended in 2021. Back in May, word broke out that Britney reunited with her mom Lynne Spears, for the first time in years after Lynne flew to LA, white flag raised, to visit Britney at her home. Now, Brit Brit is in the process of reconciling with little sister Jamie Lynn Spears, cause like anything on Brit’s mind, the matter was slapped onto social media adorned with emojis.
It’s looking hopeful that there may be more mother-daughter hood-sittin’ to come for Britney and Lynne Spears as they did above way back in 2015 before Britney would later go scorched earth on all of the Spearses in response to her 13-year conservatorship and the subsequent familial battle of money and will that ended it. As we learned yesterday, Lynne flew out to L.A. to visit Britney at her dancin’ mansion on Wednesday after the two had been estranged for several years. And, it seems they must’ve been very efficient with their 30 minutes since Britney then posted that she’d finally been able to let out what she’d been harboring toward Lynne over the years, and the two have smoothed things over.
Britney Spears has had a lot to deal with lately, like rumors that her marriage to Sam Asghari is Toxic, the airing of a TMZ documentary about her, and the legal limbo of her yet-to-be-released memoir. But one long-running burden she’s had to bear is her animosity towards her family since she’s been freed from her conservatorship. Her estranged mom, Lynne Spears, had tried to reach out to Britney before, which wasn’t received well, but Britney must have finally decided that Lynne is the parent who’s the lesser of two evils because although Brit used to have her blocked on Instagram and once posted that she (and the rest of the Spearses) should “go fuck themselves,” Lynne flew to L.A. yesterday to visit with Britney at her home, and Britney actually let her come in.
Sources Say That Britney Spears Is Alive And Well In Mexico, Despite A Fan Theory That She’s In Danger
Well, it looks like some of the #FreeBritney people have become #RIPBritney people. Because for a bit, there have been conspiracy theories that a freed Britney is in danger, or possibly dead, or being controlled by her “closeted” husband, Sam Asghari. Um, not everything is related to White Lotus season two. I’m not sure if evil gays are not trying to Britney Spears.
Since we know that Jamie Lynn Spears’ daughter, Maddie Aldridge, ended up making a full recovery and all is well now, it’s ok to say that letting an 8-year-old drive an ATV is one of the most characteristically yeehaw Spears Family activities if I’ve ever heard of one. But according to recent tweets that Britney Spears has since deleted, the 2017 accident came as a complete shock. It caused her to “lose her mind” when she alleges her family allowed her to mistakenly think that Maddie (now 14) had died, though she eventually did learn the truth of the situation and ask for prayers for her niece’s healing. Britney retold the story yesterday in an attempt to reiterate the many ways in which all of the members of her family have mistreated her.
Britney Spears Reveals Her Mother Slapped Her “So Hard” After A Night Of Partying With Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan
Let’s take a trip back into the good ol’ days when Britney Spears was BFFs with Paris Hilton And Lindsay Lohan. And by BFF, I, of course, mean Basic Fake Friends because if any of them texted each other now, it would result in a ‘New phone, who dis?‘ response. This is a good thing since, apparently, their messy adventures yielded a memory Britney will never forget. Britney claims one night, after forming their Trio of Terror, she returned home to her mother Lynne Spears, who was watching Britney’s sons while she was out partying. And instead of a loving greeting with greasy pizza and Alka Seltzer to soak up the liquor, Lynne slapped the shit out of Britney upon entrance instead.