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This thread is targeted towards people that aren't that well informed about the situation (*cough reddit) and I was originally gonna post it in r/popheads but they don't allow it since it's seen as speculation, unfortunately. I thought it would benefit y'all too though, as a reminder and as a nice compilation that goes a bit further than "That's not how she used to write!" and "Because it doesn't benefit her!" Let's first start with what ignited the movement. Late 2018, Britney is working on a new residency / tour: The Domination tour. : The announcement in vegas and the announcement on Ellen These announcements were received negatively at the time from fans by obvious reasons. However, all we had to blame was Britney herself. After all, it all seemed like her choice to do these things. Looking back on them now, it seems very forced. I would consider these the first signs of her protesting (it's come out to the public that Britney refuses to work as long as her father is the conservator ) November 2018: Britney Spears' father Jamie is hospitalized due to a rupture. January, 4, 2019: "Britney" publicly announces the postponement of the Domination tour, as her father is now recovering and actually doing better. This leaves fans puzzled. Instagram post in question: https://www.instagram.com/p/BsOGMGIAXLe/ January, 12, 2019: "Britney" shares a post for BOMT's anniversary . Britney has not been spotted in public since january 6th January 2019 - April 2019: Britney is missing from the public eye, and Jamie Spears was seen out-and-about at Jamie Lynne's daughter's birthday party. However, the pictures on which Jamie Spears was seen have now been deleted and scrubbed from the internet. April, 3, 2019: "Britney" shares a post about mind, body, and soul. Around this time media outlets started reporting Britney was in a mental health faciltiy. Britney had been MIA for a while now, and fans had been starting to get worried. This was clearly done to shut her fans up. April, 21, 2019: Britney is for the first time spotted again in public. Britney looks distraught and, quite honestly, completely out of it . It's very obvious that she's medicated in these pictures. While fans were concerned while she was missing, it was these candids that set the free Britney movement in action. April, 24, 2019: Britney shares a recorded instagram post . This marks the first post of the incredibly long caption-saga that she's currently in. What's interesting is that the caption goes in further details than the video does. What is the point of having a video where she explains the situation, when the caption does it more extensively? The caption first mentions death threats to her team. Why would her team be showing her death threats to them if she was just released from a mental health facility? The caption talks about fake emails crafted by Sam Lufti yet mentions none of that in the actual video. There's a clear disconnected between what she was told to record and what they're using her recording for. If Britney wanted to spend time with her dad, why did she spend months in a mental health facility? And why would Britney cancel her entire tour when her dad is fine, at a birthday party? It simply didn't add up, and it made a lot of her fans look back analytically at the past decade and they realized it never added up. (I can make posts about what else doesn't add up if people are really interested. For example, there's a reasons as to why she aged like a truck in 2010 . She went from Circusney to Femme Fataleney in just one year) Anyway, the above revelation meant that Britney's instagram and the news that was being reported about her was showing clear signs of media manipulation from her team. The reason she stopped the domination tour wasn't because of her father, it's because she was refusing to work period. Knowing that this entire situation is happening because Britney is refusing to work, it suddenly makes sense that her instagram re-uses the same pictures on different dates. August . November . Her captions have worked against her favor, and it's what makes it so hard to believe they're made by her. Her instagram captions have said that she finds things hard to remember, probably to support her " dementia ". (That's right, to be put into a conservatorship, they falsified her medical records) Her instagram captions have made her seem erratic to the public. Prior to this being worldwide news, her comment section was full of people calling her crazy. And prior to Britney refusing to work, her captions were never this long, full of emojis or so all over the place. I think all of the posts reasoning against the movement and in favor of her team have been manipulated in some way. There's simply too much at stake here for Jamie Spears and co to not be doing this, and they've shown to go to that length. TMZ is known to be fed stories by them, as they'll provide false information clearly in favor of team Jamie. They've also threatened law suits against fans for speculating public knowledge, the public knowledge being that people involved in the conservatorship are showing signs of money laundering, allegedly. Britney's net-worth is absurdly low for a star of her caliber, allegedly, and threatened law suits only make it more and more clear why that is. Anyway, knowing team Jamie will use blatant media manipulation and will threaten to sue for sharing public facts, there's no doubt in my mind that they would change the instagram captions of someone they own all the human rights of. Britney is never actually captured on video saying any of the things that are written in her instagram captions about the entire situation. What's funniest about the latest instagram post is the following: She's in Hawaii , having a good time. Since she's currently in hawaii, why doesn't she post a picture of her in Hawaii? Why would she even be bothered by a documentary to the point of writing that long caption? Do you seriously think anyone is in Hawaii, on the beach, writing out a caption like that? Actual court documents prove that Britney Spears wants her case to be public. Actual court documents prove that her father, Jamie Spears, wants her case to be private. If you aren't properly familiar with Britney's conservatorship and how she got into it, this twitter thread perfectly sums it up within 20 tweets and provides a source for all of the statements.
So, I have noticed and increasingly divisive dialogue between pretty much everyone on social media, reaching a peak with the pandemic. So, I was curious, how do you guys keep a balance? How do you conceptualize the difference between a valid questioning and a "conspiracy theory"? Have you stumbled upon something too crazy?
I'm looking for PROOF of this conspiracy theory that Myah Marie sang most/all of the vocals on Britney Jean. As in, actual factual evidence that this is supposedly the secret truth. Saying "I'm a fan, I know her voice" is not proof, it's opinion. Saying "Britney doesn't sound like that" or "The lyrics obviously aren't her style" is also not proof, it's more opinion. Please do not waste your time spamming this topic with your feelings and emotions and hunches. I want receipts, kiddos My opinion: I do NOT think that Myah Marie had as big a part in these vocals as most people say. When I hear Myah Marie's own songs and the demos that she makes for Britney, it's clear to me that their voices are similar but not identical. I'm not sure why everybody is so quick to completely forget power of electronic engineering of voices and pitch adjustment and all sorts of really nifty technology (e.g. Auto-Tune) used all over the music industry to intentionally modify the original vocals. Britney Jean was obviously heavily edited vocally and in its overall production. I don't find this as a reason to entertain this ridiculous theory that Myah Marie is the main vocalist here. But if your claims can be fact-checked, then let's hear them.