Britney Spears Reveals She Might Never Perform Again

Rae Batchelor
Britney Spears staring into the camera.
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In a since-edited Instagram post, Britney Spears reveals she might never perform again.

Now that Britney has been freed of her conservatorship, she's definitely not being shy about what she went through. Britney has been very open about her experiences and troubles within the conservatorship, and is now speaking out on the future of her career, following a reveal of her 'real' voice and all of her career goals that she wasn't allowed to chase after.

“I will be honest," Britney captioned a post of herself naked, and referred to the work she produced during the 13 years of her conservatorship.

Britney wrote in a since-deleted caption that out of "like 8 videos, I only like one — Work [Expletive]…" and went on to to complain about "the most offensive SO CALLED professional pictures on every tour,” adding that “I mean they could have at least cheated and retouched them for me… just saying..."

When it came to the professional pictures taken of her, Britney claimed that "they never showed me any" in advance.

"I’d rather quit [expletive] in my pool and shoot photos of myself in studios over working with the most offensive people in my life," Britney shared, explaining why she posts so many selfies to her Instagram.

When it comes to performing, Britney says she might not do it again.

“I’m pretty traumatized for life and yes I’m pissed as [expletive] and no I won’t probably perform again just because I’m stubborn and I will make my point,” she shared.

Fans flocked to her comments section to support her in whatever she decides to do with her career. "You’re so right!!!! Just do what you want and what makes you happy!!!!" commented one fan, while another wrote, "Britney was robbed of so much. It's heartbreaking."

"Stay fierce & strong Britney," one fan wrote.

"Live your life in your own terms. You’ve given us a lifetime of entertainment. You owe us nothing more than to just live your life and experience it in the best ways possible."

h/t: The Hollywood Reporter