Britney Spears’ Instagram has disappeared after she failed to appear on a live video | Tech Reddy
Britney Spears has also disappeared from Instagram after she refused to participate in her husband Sam Asghari’s live video of him interacting with fans on the platform.
The pop sensation’s message cannot be found when searching on the social networking site.
She recently posted a message on her profile revealing her father’s feelings for her when he was her guardian.
Before she left Instagram, the star was also heard not to appear in her husband’s live video.
Sam Asghari decided to press the live button earlier this week and hoping to see Britney, fans were disappointed when they heard him say: ‘I don’t want to jump, I don’t talk.
‘I don’t want to talk to them now.’
The failure came after Page Six conducted an interview with the singer’s former assistant Felicia Culotta who shared her concerns about the troubled brand.
While working for the Toxic star in the early days of her career, Felicia revealed to the media that she hadn’t heard from Britney ‘in a while’.
Explaining that she was writing ‘regularly’ to her former employer, who she helped until 2007 just before Britney’s breakup, Felicia said she didn’t know if she had he has his notes.
He said: ‘I hope and pray that he will.
‘I’m sure before he’s gone [in the past]so I really hope he gets it [now].’
There was also a voice of concern in the New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears which told the story of the star’s career in which she spoke positively about her former boss.
However, Britney is not what she seems and took to her Instagram earlier this month to address the recent “embarrassing” movies she has been involved in – specifically with Felicia.
The Oops I Did It Again quote when his assistant said he went down the street handing out hundred dollar bills: ‘I’d love to get into people’s heads like that my father and him. [Felicia] and really trying to understand why people would lie and make things up like this!!!
‘I mean it doesn’t get any lower than that…why do you do that???
It’s not true!!!
‘They haven’t treated me so badly, it’s on top of the fact that everyone is coming together to do the worst articles I’ve ever seen in my life saying HELP ME ???’
This is not the first time the star’s social media accounts have been banned as he left the internet in March after posting messages calling out members of the family for their treatment of him during the guardianship.
Metro.co.uk has contacted Britney’s representatives for comment.
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