Opening Britney Spears’ Instagram in public is getting riskier.
toxic The singer is back in business with her lewd post, sharing a series of nude close-up shots from a beach trip that drew mixed reactions from fans.
While many continue to praise the pop star for celebrating freedom from her custody and taking control of her life by sharing her body with the world, others are concerned.
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“Britney dear…” one of them wrote simply.
“Why?” added another, with one fan saying, “Ok honey… some pictures don’t need to be posted on social media.”
Others objected: “Britney is a celebration of the body” and “We love a free queen who can do whatever she wants with her body.”
Two unsigned X-rated posts showing the newly married star completely naked holding her breasts in a wide-brimmed hat while walking on the sand came a day after Britney’s mom, Lynn Spears, issued a public apology to her daughter.
Lynn Spears begged for her daughter’s forgiveness in an Instagram comment after Britney said in a lengthy post that “a sincere apology will help give [her] closure” in their family feud, reports New York Post.
“I am so sorry for your pain! I’ve regretted for years!” Lynn replied.
“I love you so much and miss you!” she continued by adding, “Britney, deep down you know how much I love and miss you! I’m sorry for everything and everything that hurt you!”
Lynn, 67, also begged Britney, 40, to “please unblock” her so they “can talk… in person.”
Nude shots affected relationships with sons
Nude shots have been a staple of Britney’s social media presence since her tutelage ended after 13 years in November 2021.
In August, Britney’s ex-boyfriend Kevin Federline gave an interview in which he said their teenage sons, Preston, 16, and Jayden, 15, have struggled with the posts, revealing they have decided in recent months to stop seeing their mother.
Father of six Kevin, who lives with his 39-year-old wife Victoria and their two children, his sons from Britney and two older children from a previous marriage, says he has “apologised” to Preston and Jayden for the flood of photos posted online. their mother.
“I’m trying to explain to them, ‘Look, maybe this is just another way she’s trying to express herself,'” he said in interviews, some of which were broadcast on 60 minutes in Australia.
“But that doesn’t detract from the fact what it does to them. It’s hard.”
While she carefully censors her body parts with emoji, Britney’s days of self-expression on the app could be numbered if the posts get more obscene given Instagram’s strict nudity policy.
In August, Instagram came under fire on social media after it allowed a nudity photo posted by Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee to remain online for hours, sparking accusations of applying double standards to male nudity.
The 59-year-old rocker wrote “Oooopppsss” next to a photo of him completely naked with his genitals visible.
Lee posted the photo to his 1.4 million followers on Thursday morning, but it took five hours for Instagram to remove it. New York Post reports.
Social media users say women and LGBTQ people who post less risqué photos often delete them in much less time.
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