Britney Spears has revealed why she deleted her Instagram account.
On Thursday (26 January), the 41-year-old singer wrote on Twitter that some fans allegedly sent police to her house to conduct a wellness check after she deleted her Instagram account. “As everyone knows, the police were called to my house due to some prank phone calls,” Spears wrote. “I love and adore my fans but this time things went a little too far and my privacy was invaded. “The police never entered my home, and when they arrived at my gate, they quickly realised there was no problem and left. “I felt gaslighted and bullied once the incident made the news and I was portrayed in a poor and unfair light by the media,” Spears continued.
On Sunday (29 January), the singer confirmed her “aliveness” and “wellness” with a Twitter video clip of herself in the gym. She did, however, have a message for her detractors. The “Toxic” singer admitted that she had temporarily left the social media platform because she was being mocked for the dancing videos she had posted.
“I shut down my Instagram because there were too many people saying I looked like an idiot dancing and that I looked crazy,” she wrote.
Yep that's me … I'm alive and well. But not really convinced on these health juices🥤, I mean there are SO MANY !!! Yoga and chest call me in 🧘🏼♀️. I do it inside, outside, wherever I fancy … this is me at a gym living my best life 🏋🏼♀️ !!! pic.twitter.com/5GMcpkPMfy
— Britney Spears 🌹🚀 (@britneyspears) January 29, 2023
“Honestly, I was doing my best, but seeing people freely discuss it on TV… yep, it hurt my feelings,” she explained. Spears reiterated that she is “sensitive” and that she is “shocked as hell” that police were called to her home after fans allegedly “got worried” after she deleted her Instagram account. “It was completely uncalled for,” she continued. “I adore my fans, but those who did that aren’t true fans, and I honestly felt like it was a way to make me look bad!!!”
Britney Spears’s Husband Sam Asghari Reaction
After Spears deactivated her social media accounts last month, her husband, Sam Asghari, asked fans to respect her privacy. “Social media can be traumatising,” Asghari wrote in a post shared on his Instagram story. “It’s okay to take a break now and then. “She is a free woman with a voice,” Asghari said. “I respect her privacy and keep it safe at all times.”
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