The Mystery of Britney Spears' Nudes: Fans say 'someone else' using her Instagram after controversial pics
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Britney Spears posted a number of new topless pictures on her Instagram page on Thursday, December 15. The pics saw the Grammy-winner, 41, who has 41.6 million Instagram followers, either covering her bosom with her hands or hair or with images of flowers and lips in key places. Britney's fans were stunned by the display, with many wondering if the account is being handled by someone other than the pop star herself.
One such user wrote in the comment section of one of the posts, “Why are you covering up the little grey circle in your photos? Because someone else is uploading them from the cloud. Not Britney. Someone pls back me up here.” “Britney does not run this account,” another added. Someone wondered, “These are screenshots from a camera roll (see the ‘HDR’ in the corner) and the first shot is clearly edited (the wall is warped). What is going on?!”
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“These are personal photos by the looks of it. They were not taken to be published. Clearly, someone’s using her pics without her knowledge so why have such bad photos that are just screenshots? I am finding this really odd and it’s just getting worse. Britney needs to respond with proof it’s her as her fans are worried massively. It’s disturbing and I usually say ‘do what you want and enjoy yourself it’s your life but this doesn’t look like she’s safe,” another user remarked.
Meanwhile, many blasted Britney’s husband Sam Asghari as one person pointed out, “This is honestly terrifying. Does this look like a woman who is happy to post her sexy pics? It looks like someone who is being forced to do something that she doesn't want to do. Where in tf is her husband?” “Where the hell is her husband through all of this?!” another joined the chorus. “Now I know why her dad have to look after her affairs. Something is wrong somewhere. People should start telling her the truth cos she's going on the destructive path. And why is that husband allowing this to happen?” someone else asked.
Meanwhile, according to Daily Mail, Asghari, 28, posted a comment on the social media site in which he said that while he doesn't personally like the posts, he defends her right to express herself as she sees fit. "The only person in the world that gets bullied for posting things like this. I personally prefer she never posted these, but who am I to control someone that’s been under a microscope and been controlled their whole life," he remarked.
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