Freed, delivered from her tutelage after 13 years of turmoil, Britney Spears no longer weighs the weight of her words and gives free rein to her word. This is how, faced with remarks that she considers intolerable from her sister Jamie Lynn Spears, the popstar rose up in a publication relayed on her Twitter account this Friday, January 14, 2022. “Jamie Lynn … Congratulations, baby!”, she says first, not without irony. “You’ve lowered yourself to a whole new level…I’ve never been around you with a knife and wouldn’t even think of doing it!!!”

But she doesn’t stop there and adds, “The only knife I’ve seen you with at home was to cut the biggest pieces of squash I’ve ever seen in my life and it was way too big so I can cut them… So please stop with these crazy lies.” Visibly up, Britney Spears refuses to spare her sister Jamie Lynn Spears and launches into a bitter tirade, as the tensions between them are stubborn. “Now and only now do I know that only a scum would make such things up about someone. I’m actually very confused that you made this up because honestly it’s not like you at all (…) Congratulations on introducing your big sister to the concept of being at rock bottom.”

— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) January 14, 2022

Jamie Lynn Spears: “I was scared”

What is Britney Spears referring to? Passing through the American show Nightline, Jamie Lynn Spears, 30, accused the singer of having locked herself in a room with her, armed with a knife, claiming that her older sister would often have shown a behavior “erratic” that would have terrified her in her childhood. “It’s important to remember that I was a kid then,” Jamie Lynn said. “I was scared. It’s an experience I had, but I was also scared to speak up because I didn’t want to upset anyone – but I was also so upset that she didn’t feel not safe.” For Britney Spears, the main concerned only promotes her book, the publication of which is scheduled for January 18, 2022, The things I should have said.

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