Britney spears on her mom
Britney Spears tells her mother Lynne to “go f-k yourself” over her apology
Lynne Spears was told to “go f-k” herself by Britney Spears after her mother apologised to the pop star.
The “Toxic” singer thoughtfully reflected on her years of medical treatments and “mental ward” visits in a genuine Instagram post that was released on Wednesday. She again rejected her family’s offer of atonement.
“I had to see doctors once a week for 13 years, and each time I brought up my past, it became worse”, Britney started composing her memo.
“For 13 years, I had to meet doctors weekly to bring up my past which made it worse !!!” Britney kicked off her memo.
I was the mother f-king Saint who was frightened to move because I knew my father would send me somewhere else if I didn’t cooperate, she claimed, even in America, the land of the free.
All of my family members, including my brother, sister, cousins, aunts, and uncles, as well as the audience as a whole, were either high on drugs or excessively intoxicated. Darn it!
“Not a single mother f****** person spoke up for me! She went on, “Take your apology, Mom, and f—k yourself! And I want to thank all the doctors who have messed with my head.
I pray that you all die in hell! Please f-king ass my mother.
One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory, according to Rita Mae Brown, who is quoted in Britney’s caption.
Just days after Lynne openly begged her daughter for pity and for the obstruction limiting their communication to be removed, the singer of “Gimme More” was rejected.
Lynne spears made comment on her daughter(Britney Spears)
“I am soooo sorry for your pain! I have been sorry for years!” Last Saturday, Lynne, 67, made a comment on Instagram.
She added, “Britney, deep down you know how much I love and miss you! I love you so much and I miss you so much!” I sincerely regret anything and everything that has caused you pain.
A source close to Lynne exclusively disclosed to Page Six at the time that she has been “trying, trying, trying to get in touch” with Britney over the phone and feels “helpless,” leaving her with “no alternative but to resort to social media.”
Britney had said, “I can realise that my posts moaning about my history may appear unending.” It must seem like I have a hard time letting go of anything… But the real problem for me is that my family members still have no guilt and genuinely believe that they did nothing wrong.