The hashtag #freebritney has been trending on Twitter the last few days, it was started back in 2008 when she was struggling with a mental breakdown. Continue reading to find out the full story about the trending hashtag.
Why is the hashtag #freebritney trending?
Fans of Britney Spears have been speculating that she is being controlled under the grounds of her conservatorship.
Her fans are concerned about Britney’s life and freedom that she doesn’t have, they are using the hashtag to bring awareness to the situation.
Why does Britney Spears have a conservatorship?
A conservatorship is when someone is not in total control of her finances and other important life decisions.
Britney Spears has been under conservatorship, her father acting as her guardian for about 12 years now.
Britney Spears does not have any legal control over her estate or financial and personal assets. She also does not have any access to her own lawyer.
Britney originally got the conservatorship in 2008, because she was having public mental breakdowns. Her financial assets, estate, and personal assets are put in her father’s and lawyer’s discretion.
It has been extended until August 2020, her fans having concerned why she has been having a conservatorship for so long as she has been stable for a long time now.
What made fans start the hashtag again?
Her fans have been worrying about her more since she posted a dancing TikTok video. In her previous TikTok video, the comments were flooded by fans saying that she should wear yellow if she needs help. The next TikTok is wearing a yellow floral crop top.
This is what the caption of the Tik Tok said:
“HOLY HOLY CRAP 😍 !!!!!!
“My florist surprised me today by making the flower arrangement all different colors 💐💐💐💐 …..
“I was so excited I threw on my favorite yellow shirt and just had to SHARE 🌸🌸🌸⭐️⭐️⭐️ !!!!”
Her fans reactions to the Tik Tok came with a lot of concern:
“I’m also noticing a lot of left…right…left…right… a lot of repetition in her posts .. Not just this post but in many of her posts she does this type of thing.”
“Babe, are you okay? Some things wrong …”
What do you think of the hashtag?
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