‘Hope your book does well, Jamie Lynn’: Britney Spears responds to sister’s ‘GMA’ interview

Britney Spears on Thursday criticized her sister’s comments in a recent “Good Morning America” ​​interview, saying it upset her that her behavior was described as “out of control.”

Spears, who said she was sick with a fever, denied comments by her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, that her behavior was precarious before her 13-year conservatism, Which was terminated by a judge in November.

Britney Spears said, “She was never around me 15 years ago… so why are they talking about this unless she wants to sell a book at my expense.” wrote on social media The Day After Jamie Lynn Spears’ “GMA” Interview Promoted his memoir, “Things I Should Have Said”, aired.

Jamie Lynn Spears also addressed her sister’s previous comments about performing remixes of Britney Spears’ pop hits. She said on “GMA” that she “didn’t understand” the problem.

Britney Spears elaborates on why she raised the issue.

“I know this may sound like a silly thing to most people, but I wrote a lot of my own songs and my sister was a kid,” Spears said in her statement Thursday. “He never had to work for anything. Everything was always given to him!”

“I remember asking my sister why she did it when she knew I was waiting for my show to change and her only words were, ‘Well, that wasn’t my idea…’ Hope yours. The book would do well, Jamie Lynn!”

This is the latest post in which Britney Spears talks about how family therapy him, especially during guardianship.

In promoting her memoir, Jamie Lynn Spears said she tried to help her sister by offering her resources, but she “didn’t want to be a part of” the conservatism.

“I didn’t understand what was happening, nor was I focused on it,” she said. “I was focused on the fact that I was about to be a 17-year-old. I understand less about it than I understand now.”

Britney Spears fans criticize Jamie Lynn Spears benefited from the system Despite his comments about not being part of his older sister’s legal status..

In October, the non-profit organization This Is My Brave announced that he would not take donations From the proceeds of Jamie Lynn Spear’s memoir following the backlash from #FreeBritney supporters.