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  1. Mmm, ok. I will keep it short. 1. He has a point, but a very naive one. Yes, they are profiting, yes they are exploiting her story and pain, but welcome to Hollywood! People rarely do things honestly, they leech and profit. They exploit. So, for Mr Sam, who clearly wants to belong to Hollywood sooooo desperately, it's somewhat headscratching to say this. 2. Did the documentaries impact her situation pushing for her freedom? Absolutely. Yes, fans did awesome things, but nobody out of the fandom truly cared or even knew. Many people saw her as a has been, because people tend to do that with whatever is not being pandered to them. The docs gave the movement the public validation it deserved. 3. I dont know him as a person, so can't really say a word. As i have mentioned before, I hope he is awesome. All i know for sure is that there is enough evidence to understand he didn't arrive into Britney's life and more importantly, he didn't stay in it for so long without going through the tentacles of the conservatorship, which for me, sets an awful, awful precedent. Also, the connection between that Gaga's manager and Lou is extremely sus, unless all of a sudden we assume Lou is good and Jesus changed her. But, that is all. Maybe the dude ended up being super amazing in spite of his yucky friendships.
  2. So, there is this thing called freedom and opinion. I don't think there is anything wrong with liking or disliking something. I see ppl getting offended by this post. I see ppl getting frsutrated at her posting those videos. Why? I mean, I get it, fandom is, in the mind of the fan, an unconscious belonging and an ownership of the object of adoration, but thing is she is a person, not an object. Now, this level of adoration some fans expect from other fans is absurd. Just because someone has it and someone doesn't have that infatuation with all she does, doesn't make you a hater. Having said that, I have to disagree about these videos necessarily making her look crazy. They are unusual, they are not glamorous and they definitely don't show a skilled dancer or an elaborate choreo, does this automatically turn them into proof of instability? No. Some like them, some don't, as with everything else. If someone has posted things to affect her image throughout the conservatorship years, we don't know, but seems very likely, at least at some point in time. Thing is, right now we don't know much else and so far, she seems to enjoy spending time creating those things for IG. And yes, many people mock her and call her crazy for those videos, because people have opinions and some are respectful and some are not. People also mock Adele for having lost weight, and Taylor Swift for her former boyfriends and Gaga for being Gaga and their neighbor for wearing skirts. It's part of the business and the world. I have to say, I personally don't like the videos, I find them dull and I would not post something like that, but I am me and Britney is her own person and how counter-intuitive would it be for me to censor someone else? SomeoneI have been claiming to wish freedom for. Does it affect her brand? Mmm depends, the 20 something untouchable hottie that was her brand 20 years ago, maybe, but who knows what her brand will be or if she even cares about that. My only curiousity regarding that is that there is a real contradiction between her wanting to be left alone and private and yet, stirring the pot of social media. Contradictory approach to privacy, but condistent with how she has always handled it. She would say she wanted to vanish with Kevin, but she recorded Chaotic. She wanted to be left alone but would go to some paparazzi infested areas in LA. Maybe she struggles with wanting to be private, but not knowing how to not need otherss' gaze. After all, from a young age she was pushed and forced to be constantly "on" to be seen. That ain't easy to defeat. Who knows.
  3. If that is the case, definitley you have a right to voice your complaints, you are paying for a service and if they don't comply with wjatever was offered, bye. Hope you find a solution, cause if I were paying, I would definitely be super upset.
  4. Mostly this. I, honestly, don't even follow Britney on Instagram and I come here just to have fun randomly and burn some time. I appreciate reading some comments and of course appreciate the diversity of opinions, but I am not the kind of person who dies of excitement because Britney, an angel or any of the psychos who control(led) her life and continue doing so, post the 20th part of a video recorded today or 2 years ago. I don't even like the videos, 8 out of 10 times, I dont comment or eveb watch some of them at all. I want her to be healthy and happy, but I am not consumed with dissecting her every blink, nor do I feel blessed because a gazillion selfies appear. I wish monitoring her social media earned me a dollar or happiness, but nope. I think, for the most part @PokemonSpearswrote a very clear, logical and agreeable message. His approach is reasonable and straightforward and I totally understand his points. The only thing that I probably don't agree with, is the approach of other intolerant individuals who are rude and close minded, but if they are upset with whatever in their lives and this is their way to find meaning or relevance, so be it. At the end of the day it is a silly subject and nobody's life is truly altered because you believe or say whatever about the social media of a woman who no one here has a relationship with. She doesn't care and people with fulfilling lives shouldn't either. When you come to a community like this (I will speak for myself) you expect dialogue and diversity, and its totally fine if someone decides to ban those who disagree. Fortunately nothing going on here is truly of transcendence. I would just say, it's all in the attitude and openness. There is a thread for that? Fine, no problem. But can you be respectful when saying that or do ypu have to act as if you were saving immigrants through a government deal and not just moderating silly posts in a popstar's forum? when a tiny person with a massive ego treats others like ****, that is totally contradictory to the "values" promoted for the community, and treating ppl disrespectfully should never be excused, but it happens nonetheless. The indignation of any of both sides is truly, very stupid and insignificant and the great news is that no lives will be affected. Not a single thing in the world will be changed.
  5. It's too soon to tell, little information to come up with precise ideas, but the very fact that you find it annoying, speaks volumes, because if one of the members of a partnership is not having it, speaks about it and his requests are ignored, it is not positive at all. This could be many things, from an extreme physical infatuation, an immature individual, a lack on your part to establish boundaries clearly, to a personality disorder on his part, slowly coming to life before your eyes. If you establish boundaries and he doesn't respect them, it's a red flag. A huge one. So, my advice is, observe and slowly decide if you can go on with this or if you rather find options, from going to therapy together to saying bye bye. And trust yourself, if something doesn't work for you, don't take it, no matter how others might tell you it is "cool" or "normal". Normalcy is relative. What matters is your level of wellbeing and comfort regarding a situation. Nobody is you and they will never have the full picture. The questuion is not "is this normal?", but "do I want this? And why?"
  6. He definitely has a personality disorder. As you state it, it wasn't just Britney, he was mean to everyone and totally obsessed with fame. I have to say, I was one who somewhat gave him the benefit of the doubt recently. But it wasn't a second when I saw him now he mocks deaths of people because they are unvax. I mean, whetjer you agree with the vax or not, the fact that you make your website a place to laugh at people's tragedies is despicable. He is the same bully ****, now he is just more of a hypocrite
  7. Finally someone is paying attention. This should not stop when Britney is free, because thousands of victims without fans are suffering and being abused.
  8. I think her reasons to choose one or the other are unknown by the public. All I know is she can't re record Reputation until 2022, for legal reasons. Other than that, it's her choice. Regarding the song, it's Lana del Rey a 100%. Haha Taylor is at her best when she interprets Lana. Joke aside, is she trying to sound exactly like her? And that streaming record, @Prachi I don't get it. Are they saying she broke her own record?
  9. Making fun of female pain? People seriously get offended with anything. Back in the 80s they would torch a singer for suggesting a crush on a saint. Now, "making fun of female pain" haha lol. There are better things to be offended by. For real.
  10. This is a terrible, terrible idea. I mean, almost as bad as Blockbuster not buying Netflix in the early two thousands. Haha! Isn't Jason Derulo the one who thought CATS would change the world? https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/jason-derulo-cats-movie-rum-tum-tugger-review-tiktok-a9670386.html
  11. I totally agree with you, this is not a music channel anymore and the generations have changed. I hear you about the lackluster performances, @Rik but I really don't think that is all. 17 year olds don't care about Janet or Britney the way their core fan bases did back when and do. I think these channels aiming to attract young people's viewership need to rebrand themselves. As @PokemonSpears said, these people just have a totally different mindset, different interests and mentalities. They binge watch only what they care about, without having to deal with anything that they dont like, enjoy or care about. The experience is totally individualized. Even I, not being a teenager, but in my twenties, rather catch a performance online than sitting through the whole thing. Also, most of these new "big time celebrities" have different selling points than those of the early two thousands. I just think things have unavoidably changed and some entities are struggling to realize that.
  12. Anybody who slightly cares about VMAs is not the "let's sit down for 2 hours and watch an award show with ads and ppl I dont care about" type. MTV should migrate to Tik Tok and just upload snippets hahaha.
  13. oh da Suz? Hahahaah she is more or less a scammer. More more than less. Seriously, tv can brainwash us at any time. Here you go, for the uninformed: Suze Orman Sued For Fraud (forbes.com) Oh and also, she preys on people´s ignorance "don´t ya spend on da coffeeeeeee". Ok! Suze Orman and the Scam of the Personal Finance Industry | GQ I am ....surprised that someone is a fan of the woman? She is .....well, she is.
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