Christina Aguilera denounces Britney Spears’ conservatory
“It is unacceptable that a woman, or a human, wanting to control their own destiny is not allowed to live the life they want,” Aguilera tweeted Monday with a return photo of the couple as a child.
âTo be silenced, ignored, intimidated or deprived of support by those close to you is the most exhausting, devastating and demeaning thing you can imagine,â she continued. be taken lightly.
Every woman should have “the right to her own body,” Aguilera added, “her own reproductive system, her own privacy, her own space, her own healing and her own happiness.”
“The conviction and desperation of this plea for freedom leads me to believe that this person I knew lived without compassion or decency on the part of those in control,” Aguilera wrote. âTo a woman who has worked under conditions and pressure most unimaginable. I promise you she deserves all the freedom she can to live her happiest life. My heart goes out to Britney. She deserves all the love and the TRUE support of the world.
Aguilera’s comments come after Spears spoke openly about his tutelage, mostly overseen by his father, Jamie Spears, for the first time since 2008.
During the virtual hearing, the “Toxic” singer claimed that her father reveled in his control over her and that she had been overworked, over-medicated and abused by the people she paid through her guardianship.
The pop star also revealed that despite her own wishes, she has an IUD which prevents her from having more children.
Spears and Aguilera go back a long way. The performers were child stars of the Mickey Mouse Club, and their pop careers soared in tandem in the early 2000s. The duo even shared the stage with Madonna at the 2003 MTV VMAs during one of the saddest moments. famous event.
In an interview in 2019 with E! New, Xtina said it was “inevitable” that the couple would collaborate on a song, although Spears questioned whether she would ever return to the stage.
See Aguilera’s tweets below: