Britney Spears call out paparazzi who are still stalking her to this day: ‘F**k you and f**k off’

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Britney Spears has sent a firm, furious rebuke to the paparazzi who are currently trailing her and boyfriend Sam Asghari on their holiday in Maui, Hawaii.

The singer hit out at photographers who won’t leave her alone in a video posted to Instagram on Tuesday (29 June), which features Lily Allen’s song “F**k You”.

In the video, Britney asks paparazzi to stop photographing her when she’s texting and accuses photographers of manipulating images to make her look bad.

“This is my body!!! So stop messing with my pics and editing them to the point where it’s embarrassing!!!!” text reads in the clip.

The video then cuts to a clip of a Pride march in France that took place just days ago, where queer people performed their own version of her classic hit “Oops!…. I Did it Again” to show their support for the embattled singer.

“This is what fans and paps should be doing instead!!!” Spears wrote.

“So being here in Maui is pretty crazy right now…” the star added in a post accompanying the video.

“The paps know where I am and it’s really not fun!!!! It’s pretty hard going anywhere cause these silly faces keep popping up to take my picture… but not only do they take my picture… they distort my body and mess with the image and it’s embarrassing!!!!!”

She continued: “I know my body is not perfect but I definitely do NOT look like how they portray me. It’s rude and it’s mean so paps kindly F**K YOU AND F**K OFF,” she added.


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Britney Spears escaped to Hawaii after blowing ‘abusive’ conservatorship wide open

Britney Spears and her boyfriend Sam Asghari jetted off to Hawaii shortly after the singer sent shockwaves across the world by speaking out publicly against her conservatorship in a Los Angeles court.

Spears had remained tight-lipped on the complex legal arrangement, which hands control of her person and finances to others including her father, but that silence was broken last week in a 20-minute long virtual court appearance.

Addressing a Los Angeles judge, Spears claimed her conservatorship has stopped her from marrying Asghari and prevented her from removing a contraceptive device and having more children.

She also spoke of her strong desire for the conservatorship, which was put in place in 2008 following a mental health crisis, to be brought to an end.

In an explosive testimony, the singer went on to say that she wishes she could sue her family and suggested her father and others involved with her conservatorship should be jailed for their actions.