celebrities“There is still love between us,” Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, told Good Morning America on Wednesday. It seems that her older sister Britney (40) does not agree with this statement. In a long series of posts on Twitter, Britney is now responding to meet her younger sister, Jamie Lynn. conclusion? The pop singer is clearly not happy with anything.
Britney Spears announced on Twitter that she watched her sister Jamie Lynn’s Good Morning America interview. According to her, her younger sister said two things that bothered her. “Fifteen years ago, she was barely close to me,” says one of the tweets, seemingly a bit confused. “Why are you talking about that period unless of course you want to sell a book on my tunnel?”
Another topic Britney brought up was Jamie Lynn’s performance at the Radio Disney Music Awards in 2017. Jamie Lynn sang a song for her older sister at the time, but did not ask for permission beforehand. “I know it would sound crazy to some people, but I wrote a lot of my songs myself and my sister was a kid. She never had to work for anything in her life. She always put everything on her lap.”
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The pop singer was also going to ask her sister why she was doing the show – against her better judgment. “All she said was, ‘It wasn’t my idea…’. I hope your book does well, Jimmy Lynn!” But Britney Spears clearly didn’t finish talking. “They can do whatever they want while I helplessly watch them…so yeah, they ruined my dreams. Sure 100. They made it sound like I was crazy. They like to frustrate me and hurt me. I’m really annoyed with my family.”
In conclusion, Britney made it clear that we shouldn’t expect her on Instagram in the coming days. “The media has behaved badly towards me before. I gave enough and more than enough. And what did I get in return? Nothing.”
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