In a post on Instagram, Britney Spears said he cried for two weeks after seeing parts of the documentary Framing Britney Spears, available in Brazil by Globoplay. The singer mentions that she has been exposed all her life and that she does her best to keep herself at peace:
“It takes a lot of strength to trust the universe with my true vulnerabilities, because I have always been very judged, insulted and shamed by the media, and I am still today (…). I didn’t watch the documentary, but I was embarrassed by what I watched, by the light in which they put me. I cried for two weeks and, well, I still cry sometimes. I do what I can with myself, in my spirituality, to try to maintain joy, love and happiness (…). I’m not here to be perfect, perfection is boring. I’m here to convey kindness ”.
Released on Hulu fur The New York Times, Framing Britney Spears revisited the phenomenon that was the beginning of Spears’ career and also showed how the young artist was constantly judged and persecuted by the media, reaching the crisis of 2007 and guardianship, which is still active today.
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