Fans Defend Britney As She Posts Fully Naked Photos On Instagram

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There is no doubt that Britney Spears has some of the most loyal fans. As soon as she posted a nude photo on her Instagram, Spears' supporters were quick to jump to her defense.

The 40-year-old singer is finally free from her 13-year-long conservatorship. She is in control over most aspects of her life, including social media. So, when Britney posted a nude photo, minus the white stockings, her nearly 40 million Instagram fans were confused.

Brintey completed her look with a white lace choker, messy hair, and the caption "free woman energy has never felt better."

Expression Of Freedom

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Twitter fans jumped in, saying why Britney is showing her nude photos. One user recalled the infamous paparazzi moment:

"Reminder - Britney LITERALLY had her genitals posted in newspapers all over the world without her consent."

Another said:

"So for her to share naked photos now that she's FREE and on her own terms is a power move. She's taking control, and I love that for her."

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More supporters of the Toxic singer came out with valid arguments:

"People loved seeing Britney Spears naked when it was creepy paps stalking her or her family/management controlling her and forcing her to do so but when it's of her own free will..."

And another Twitter user mentioned the Free Britney movement:

"It was 'Free Britney' not, 'Free Britney unless I don't like what she's doing.' If she wants to get naked on Instagram, good for her."

This comment resonates with most of us:

"If Britney wants to be naked... let her be naked. She's a free woman. I cannot believe this world. Haha."

It Was A Big Year For Spears

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While 2021 was not the best for most of the planet, it was significant for Britney Spears. The conservatorship finally ended, but it was not an easy task. Britney had to talk about the most intimate parts of her life while being under her father's control, which she called "abusive."

Numerous stars joined the Free Britney movement, and this time around, the media was primarily on Britney's side.

Attorney Mathew Rosengart stated:

"I think the support of the #FreeBritney movement has been instrumental. To the extent that it allowed my firm to carry the ball across the finish line, I thank them as well."

Only time will tell what's next for the pop princess, but it will be her decision.