Britney Spears is celebrating Christmas, and if it does not sound like she will be joining her family.
On Wednesday, Britney declared she is “here to remind my white ‘classy’ family that I haven’t forgotten what they did to me” and teased there’s a “new song in the works.”
“I just realized this today, guys … after what my family tried to do to me three years ago … I needed to be my own cheerleader… God knows they weren’t,” the singer wrote. She could be referring to when she was allegedly forced into rehab in early 2019. Britney posted several accomplishments, like how she sold over 100 million records.
“I’m reminding myself and the world of who I am,” she added. “Yes … I will be my own cheerleader.” As for her potential new music, Spears concluded, “I’m gonna let you know what I mean [wink emoji] !!!!!”
This is not the first time Britney spoke about her family and those she feels wronged her over the years. She recently slammed Diane Sawyer for making her cry in 2003, which she claims was orchestrated by Jamie Spears and her old team. However, Jamie dismissed the allegations, causing her attorney Mathew Rosengart to speak out.
“Rather than bullying and attacking his daughter, even as he claims to ‘love’ her,” Rosengart began in a statement to Variety, “it would be far more appropriate for Mr. Spears and his lawyer to focus on answering the following fundamental questions, to start, which we have been asking for months: As a suspended conservator, will he now return the millions of dollars in combined salary and commissions from Britney’s work that he paid himself before he was suspended? What were the total amounts he received from his daughter’s estate? Why did he approve a $500,000 payment to Tri-Star after Britney went on hiatus? Does he have any evidence to refute the allegations in the extensive New York Times expose regarding a listening device being placed in his adult daughter’s bedroom?”