Someone stops Britney Spears’ runaway Instagram

Oh, baby, baby, how would I know something’s wrong here?

I’ll tell you how. Go to the insane Britney Spears Instagram page.

On Sunday, the “…Baby One More Time” singer, in one particularly spasmodic motion, dropped two photos of herself completely nude in a half-empty bathtub with the caption, “I like to suck!!! … never professional pics … sucking is easy for me !!! Keep clapping b——h !!!”

What. That. Hell.

When you’re alone, a safe distance from the prying eyes of your boss or innocent kids, open Instagram and take a look at Spears’ page.

Just in case, turn down your phone’s brightness, because the Porn Gallery makes the infamous 2003 MTV Kiss starring Christina Aguilera and Madonna look like an episode of Gilmore Girls.

Britney Spears posted a picture of herself naked in a bathtub on Instagram with the caption "I like to suck."
Britney Spears posted a picture of herself naked in a bathtub on Instagram with the caption, “I like to suck.”

You’re presented with a barrage of trashy and almost-nude photos with heart- and flower-shaped stickers that barely cover anything unnoticeable. The images are often accompanied by punchy, spongy captions. “SUP BIRDS!!! Come on b—h, clap back for two minutes… My own party!!! Smartest… VERY GOOD!!!” said one.

Spears has intensified the controversial content over the past year since the end of her 13-year conservatorship, during which her father Jamie controlled all of her legal and financial decisions. There’s no question that rescuing Britney from Jamie’s clutches was right and cause for celebration. But her out of control social media storm is justifiably concerning, and a kind, caring soul needs to cut her social media access immediately.

Around Halloween, she posted a disturbing picture of herself bleeding, lying unconscious on the floor in handcuffs and pink lace lingerie. It was accompanied by a gruesome fake backstory about a woman who was found dead after a night out: “She went to dinner with two friends and had 1 drink… took a cab home but was found on the floor by her neighbor”, it was said. creepy stuff

Fans protested in Spears' favor as she fought to end her 13-year conservatorship.
Fans protested in Spears’ favor as she fought to end her 13-year conservatorship.

You hope and pray that the account was hacked by a nefarious actor in a basement in the Balkans with limited English, but that’s not the case. It’s 100% British. What on earth is she thinking? Her teenage rebellion is uncomfortable and embarrassing, especially for a famous mom of two teenagers.

Spears attacked her estranged parents and yelled down her ex-husband and the father of her children, Kevin Federline, for questioning her parenthood. She indirectly tore up her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, saying, “Did you put out your hand when I drowned????” She caused a stir when she hung a picture of herself with her hands around her own neck.

Such outlandish requests for attention should worry fans. Instead, they’re feeding the fire with likes and viewing the pop princess’ internet stripping as the ultimate expression of the #FreeBritney movement and the consummation of what her lawyer called a “decades-long nightmare.”

The social media craze isn’t just harmless fun. Spears’ posts are often pointed allegations or blatant insults that have consequences.

Sometimes Spears' contributions aren't just racy, they're rude or offensive.
Sometimes Spears’ contributions aren’t just racy, they’re rude or offensive.

For example, of Aguilera and her backup dancers, she wrote, “I mean, if I had Christina Aguilera’s dancers, I would have looked extremely small… I mean, why not talk about it?”

The needless remark led to shouts of “Fat shaming!” and Aguilera rightly followed her one-time rival.

Worse, Federline has claimed her sons didn’t want to see their mother because of the raunchy use of Instagram.

Every once in a while, the “Circus” singer deactivates her account, only to revert back to her racy, incomprehensible online ways a few days later. She should definitely stop doing that. The activity tarnishes a legacy of hits and memorable performances.

For Spears, it’s not really liberating — it’s toxic. Someone stops Britney Spears’ runaway Instagram

Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma Bowman joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Emma Bowman by emailing

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