Britney Spears wrote: "Refusing to speak when you know the truth, is similar to a lie."
Washington: Britney Spears, a pop artist who isn't afraid to speak her opinion, called out Christina Aguilera after the singer sidestepped a question about the expiration of Spears' 13-year conservatorship, which granted her father legal control over her life. Aguilera declined to respond to a question about Britney Spears in a recent interview, so Spears released a video of her on her Instagram Stories. The interview in the video was conducted on the red carpet of Thursday's Latin Grammy Awards when a reporter questioned Aguilera about whether she had kept in touch with Spears since the end of her conservatorship.
In the footage, Aguilera can be seen frowning as she informs the reporters that she is unable to respond to their inquiry before remarking, "But I'm pleased for her," before leaving.
Christina Aguilera's letter was criticized by Britney Spears "I'm grateful to every one of you who helped me, but keeping quiet when you know the truth is the same as lying! Why is it such a taboo subject to discuss after 13 years in a corrupt, abusive system? I was the one who experienced it. Thank you to everyone who came out in my favor and stood by me. I do matter."
Together, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera gained notoriety as young actors on Disney's The Mickey Mouse Club, where they starred from 1993 to 1994. They both became international superstars as adolescents at the same time that Mandy Moore and Jessica Simpson were becoming popular female pop singers during the '90s boy band era.
Aguilera showed her support for Britney Spears by posting a statement that included, among other things, the following after Britney Spears' shocking testimony in June about the suffering she endured for 13 years while under conservatorship: "I've been considering Britney and everything she is going through over the past few days. It is unacceptable that a woman or a person who wants to live their life how they want might not be able to do so."
Aguilera dodged questions about Britney Spears throughout the occasion, while Lady Gaga, a singer-actress, spoke at length about Spears when asked about her independence on Thursday at the Los Angeles premiere of her film House of Gucci.
Britney Spears thanked Lady Gaga on social media for her comments. She stated on her Instagram Story, "I appreciate Lady Gaga taking the time to say something so lovely. I'm crying because of you. I cherish you."
The Star Is Born star criticized Britney Spears' treatment in the music industry in the video that Spears posted. She also took some time to address the general mistreatment of women in the music industry. In the Spears-shared video, Gaga remarked, "I think that she will forever be an inspiration to women."
Gaga responded to Britney Spears' tweet about her by uploading a picture to her Instagram Story and saying, "@britneyspears, I adore you. Live your best life. I prayed that the law would treat you humanely. You've now permanently altered the trajectory for women in this sector. You were very gutsy to stand up for yourself. I'm grateful."
At the screening of her Oscar-buzzing movie, Lady Gaga also talked to Variety. When questioned about Spears, she responded that she would like to work with her. I would, On the red carpet, Lady Gaga exclaimed.
According to Lady Gaga, "Britney is, she's a woman in this field who demonstrated a lot of strength in her sexuality, even in her youth," in a way that was "just so motivating and empowering" for her.
"We can all support her, but the truth is that she was the one who transformed her life. I think she is to blame for the transformation that is taking place for her. I'm enthusiastic about her future and send her my best wishes "Added her.
After a heated and protracted legal struggle, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny recently ended the court-ordered conservatorship of Britney Spears.
By the rules of the court-ordered arrangement, Jamie Spears, Britney Spears' father, was given conservatorship of his daughter for the first time in 2008.