Britney Spears Posts Frantic Dance Video In Tiny Knickers
Britney Spears has raised concern once again after sharing another clip of herself dancing on Friday.
In the video posted on her Instagram account, the Toxic hitmaker slipped into a pair of tiny pink knickers held together with a piece of string as she energetically danced to the Nicki Minaj track Feeling Myself.
Flashing her famous figure, the singer also sported a white crop top which boasted sheer sleeves and a pair of chunky white cowgirl boots for the raunchy routine.
The 40-year-old wore her trademark tresses loose and crimped as she tossed her head back and forth, sticking her tongue out and miming the lyrics to the hit song.
The Grammy-winning star has sparked concern with her recent social media content and this time was no different, with many of her fans and followers heading straight to the comments to share their thoughts.
Echoing thoughts that it may not be Britney posting from the account, one user questioned: “If she was free and into doing normal things why is she always just doing the same things she was before when she wasn’t free.”
“What the actual f*** is going on???,” exclaimed a second.
A third added: “I come away from these videos just feeling like something isn’t right here…”
“Has anyone seen Britney in person? Is she even alive? All of these videos are so old,” commented another person.
While a fifth penned: “Britney is not free. Just look at these videos. She is not ok!”
The idea that Britney isn’t in control of her own Instagram was brought to the surface just a few days ago after fans noticed the star was posting “old” content.
After sharing another video of herself dancing, the mum-of-two’s followers became convinced that something more sinister was at play and she had been “locked up”.
One left the comment: “Who else thinks Britney is locked up and that’s why old content is being posted?”
While another follower theorized: “I’ve seen her do this same dance over again to different songs. That’s not her. They are all old recordings.”