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Britney Spears Extends Legs Into ‘T’ In Bikini, Sparking Concern

Tells Fans To Check It Out ‘Upside-Down’


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Scroll for the photos. All three showed the “Toxic” singer in the same position: two legs extended in front of her and arms out as the Grammy winner wore a straw hat and enjoyed the shorefront. A caption from Spears confirmed her photos weren’t part of newly-announced photography “Project Rose,” continuing:

” Hey 👋 … while you’re at it ….. turn the photos upside down and you will find it’s a T !!!!!! For teacher … tea … test … tomorrow … time … two … ten … tool … try …. thanks …. they … I mean we could go all day with this one, right !?!?”

Fears Amid Legal Battles


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Britney, largely sparking 2020 concerns as her 2008-commenced conservatorship rages on, has fans deeming the post a hidden message. #FreeBritney, hell-bent on claiming the singer isn’t controlling her Instagram, often directs its anger towards 68-year-old father Jamie Spears – he controls the singer’s finances and many other aspects of her life.

“T for trapped” tops comments with over 7,600 likes.

Big-time Britney supporter, Rudy Bundini, meanwhile, wrote: “I swear she is trying to tell us something in codes and hints,” then telling Spears “YOU ARE NOT ALONE.”

Fans Say ‘T’ Is ‘Time’ To End Conservatorship


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Britney’s conservatorship is now extended through February 2021. Fans have been calling foul play throughout recent court goings-on, particularly back in July, when Britney failed to appear at her court date, with “technical issues” cited for the absence.

“T for Time to end the conservatorship,” one fan wrote.

“Most concerning caption yet,” another said.

“This is scary,” a further fan wrote.

Britney has been on the defensive of late. She’s sick and tired of fans accusing her of posting recycled content. In fact, she’s been clapping back over wearing “the same top 17 times.” Scroll for her scathing response.


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Defends Wearing ‘Same Top 17 Times’


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If you aren’t up-to-date, Britney’s repetitive posts kicked off in early 2020 with her shot against a plain red wall. That wall then turned white and yellow, with summer bringing Britney in her backyard, often seen in peasant blouses and with flowers in her hair. After calling herself “authentic” in July and still seeing fans dragging her out, the singer spoke out.

“A lot of people have been saying that a lot of my posts are not new but they’re old. But just to let you guys know, none of my pictures or posts are more than a month old,” she told her fans, then adding:

“Yes, I know. I did wear the same top 17 times, but it’s for a project – Project Rose. And you will be seeing way more of Project Rose in the future.”


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