He also used the popular hashtag #FreeBritney, first popularized by fans, to refer to the legal guardianship that Britney was placed under in 2008.
On Friday, Sam shared a second Instagram post on the subject, citing documentaries that the New York Times and the BBC have made about Britney over the past few months, which he says have left a “bad taste”.
“It seems that the value of my opinion has increased in the last few days,” he said. “Past documents left a bad taste. I hope this will be respected.
“I don’t blame CNN, BBC or Netflix ([which] Publishing them saved me from isolation because as an actor I also tell other people’s stories. I question the producers who made them “to shed light” without any input or approval. [their] lesson.
“Any credit for the shedding of light, [the #FreeBritney movement]”
“2021 is definitely much better than 2020 but I never knew it would be like this!!!!” Wrote. “There are so many documentaries about me this year where other people take on my life… what can I say… I was so proud!!!!”
Britney continued: “These documentaries are so hypocritical… do they criticize the media and then do the same?????
“Damn… I don’t know all of you but I’m excited to remind you all even though I’ve been through some pretty tough times in my life… I’ve had more wonderful times in my life and unfortunately my friends… I think the world is more concerned with the negative!!!!”
The Womanizer singer added: “So… isn’t this supposed to be a business and society about the FUTURE???? Why should I highlight the most negative and traumatic times in my life forever???? BAD means…”
HE Framing Britney Spears previously said: “I didn’t watch the documentary but from what I saw I was ashamed of the light they put me in… I cried for two weeks and it’s good… I still cry sometimes!!!!”
Amid her ongoing legal battle, Britney revealed earlier this month that she had reasons to celebrate when she announced that she and Sam were engaged four years later.