Britney Spears had 1st glass of purple wine post-conservatorship: ‘I’ve waited 13 years’

Britney Spears is enjoying her freedom, two months after her conservatorship was terminated.

Britney Spears is having fun with her freedom, two months after her conservatorship was terminated. (Photo: Reuters)

Britney Spears rang within the new yr by having fun with a glass of purple wine — her first in additional than a decade. In a brand new Instagram put up on Wednesday, the famous person wrote about indulgences as she’s now not underneath the management of her household. 

“I mean I had my first glass of red wine last weekend !!! I’ve waited 13 years … that’s long enough !!! The sarcasm of me me me … my family taught me well by their actions … to be selfish and love thyself,” she wrote.

Spears, who lately posted a video of herself dancing to Madonna, appeared to be clapping again at “hateful” feedback on social media.

“In a world where we all have the right to speak … drive … buy alcohol … party … have cash … I apologize for INDULGING in front of the masses … and dancing a touch slower !!! I mean what was I thinking [laugh emoji]?? Nobody’s perfect,” she concluded. “Pss… Yes I read the comments and people are absolutely hateful.”

The “Slave 4 U” singer has been very lively on social media since her conservatorship was terminated in November. Spears instructed followers she has no plans to return to music as a result of it is her manner “of saying ‘f*** you'” to her household. In a put up final week, she defined she’s too “hurt” and “scared” to return to the business.


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