Sam Asghari tells Britney fans to ‘respect their privacy’: ‘Social media can be traumatizing’

Sam Asghari, husband of Britney Spears, wants fans to respect the singer’s privacy.

“Social media can be traumatizing,” Asghari wrote in a post shared on his Instagram story.

The message shared by billboardfollows the reactivation of Spears’ social media account shortly after she deactivated it.

“Sometimes it’s good to take a break. She has her voice and is a free woman,” Asghari said.

“I respect their privacy and will protect them at all times.

The model and actor explained that he has refrained from sharing updates about his wife on his own Instagram to accommodate her desire for privacy.

“Out of respect for their privacy, I’m not posting them on 247. I’ll ask permission if I ever do,” he said.

“My job requires me to attend a lot of events. It would be an honor if she participates. For them, these things are no fun. They are [hectic] and full of stress,” he said, explaining why the star chose not to attend everything with him.

“[Es]especially since she’s been doing these things since she was 8 years old. Besides, she’s already killed every single one she’s been in.”

“I’ve always respected and supported her privacy with everything I had,” he said.

“I ask that you supportive and protective fans do the same. Sometimes overprotection can cause more stress and damage,” he added.

Asghari’s statements come after Britney deleted her accounts earlier this month following a surprise public confirmation of her sister Jamie Lynn Spears, with whom she has an ongoing public feud.

The star then deactivated her Instagram account before reactivating it a few days later.

Spears has confused fans with her inconsistent posting. Fans wrote under her sister’s post, “I feel like I skipped a season.”

“This account is the biggest Instagram mystery of all time,” wrote another fan.

Meanwhile, others were concerned that the posts weren’t from Spears herself: “Posting your sister on your birthday? Not a #freebritney train at all.”

Asghari’s warning seems to address those concerns and encourages fans to give the star some space. Sam Asghari tells Britney fans to ‘respect their privacy’: ‘Social media can be traumatizing’


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