American pop star Britney Spears has hinted that she is not yet ready to return to the world of music after 13 years of tutelage that prevented her from controlling her personal, financial and business matters.
In a long post on Instagram, Spears, 40, who was emancipated last month from her father’s guardianship in 2008, said: “I want to give myself a little more push and do the things that scare me but not so much in 2022.”
Spears, whose last gig was in October 2018, wrote: “I think it seems strange to most people why I’m not back in music yet… People have no idea (the effect) of the terrible things they have done to me personally, and I feel after What I’ve been through is fear of people and the world of music.”
Spears complained to the judge in charge of her guardianship case earlier this year that she had found her father, Jamie Spears, to control her and take away her will.
In September, the court decided to lift the custody of Jamie Spears over his daughter Britney.
Jamie Spears said he was only aiming to help his daughter get her career back after she struggled with psychological problems in 2007 and that he always acted in her best interest. The exact nature of these problems was never revealed. Britney Spears After Freedom.
Britney Spears, singer of “Piece of Me”, is engaged to her boyfriend, Sam Asgari.