Britney Spears should directly address her many fans; her absence fuels the theories that she is not free
A new article discusses Britney as a victim
In a recent article, the author discusses Britney Spears as a victim; more specifically, she suggests that Spear was framed as a person with “no agency or artistry of her own; she’s a beautiful pop-star puppet, the most visible cog of an elaborate machine.” We agree, but the more significant issue is the shroud of secrecy surrounding Spear’s ability to exercise her free will.
The author continues, “Too much information has been obscured by the parties involved for the documentary to come to a concrete conclusion about the truth of Spears’ current mental, legal, or financial circumstances.” She notes that fans dream that “the pop princess will someday be able to tell her own story, I must confess — I still believe.”
We have weighed in on issues that likely impact the secrecy of Spear’s affairs. We suggested a lack of transparency and recognized the inherent constraints of privacy concerning conservative proceedings—from an ethical and legal perspective.
Apart from the legalities, we think that Britney should directly address her many fans; her absence fuels the theories that she is not free.