Britney Spears was active on social media Saturday as she fired off a bunch of tweets on Twitter.
The 41-year-old pop star — who recently begged her fans to respect her privacy — shared a 14-second recording of herself with her 56 million followers, along with a message.
‘Yep that’s me… I’m alive and well,’ the Louisiana native wrote as she silently posed in the stitched together snippets.
Engaging: Britney Spears was active on social media Saturday as she fired off a bunch of tweets on Twitter
The music industry vet was dressed in a pair of tiny black shorts that bared her toned, dancer legs.
She added a red, low-cut, square neck cropped blouse that flashed her stomach and some cleavage.
Britney’s long blonde lock streamed over her chest and down her back as she filmed herself in a large mirror at a gym.
Spears, who married husband Sam Asghari last summer, also said in the tweet that she’s ‘not really convinced on these health juices. I mean there are SO MANY !!!’
She then noted what inspires her to go to the fitness facility as she said, ‘Yoga and chest call me in. I do it inside, outside, wherever I fancy … this is me at a gym living my best life.’
Speaking up: The 41-year-old pop star — who recently begged her fans to respect her privacy — shared a 14-second recording of herself with her 56 million followers, along with a message
Next, the former teen star got into the details of why she decided to delete her Instagram account earlier this month.
‘I shut down my Instagram because there were too many people saying I looked like an idiot dancing and that I looked crazy. Honestly I was doing my best but it disturbed me to see people freely talk about it on TV … yep it hurt my feelings,’ she admitted.
Then the entertainer, whose thirteen-year conservatorship ended in 2021, said: ”m sensitive and honestly I would rather take a break and do my ice cream diet anyway.
‘I know I thought it was a joke too … but it’s not … it works … surprisingly enough !!!’
Britney then rehashed a recent event in which some of her fans called on police to show up to her residence for a welfare check.
‘I’m shocked as hell that when I took my Instagram down fans got worried and sent the cops to my house,’ she lamented.
Speaking her mind, she added, ‘.. it really was uncalled for … l adore my fans but for those who did that aren’t real fans and I honestly felt like it was a way to make me look bad !!!’
Message: The former teen star got into the details of why she decided to delete her Instagram account earlier this month
‘I mean D*MN come on … three girls at a restaurant came up to me yesterday so drunk and loud and sat right beside me with that gross smell of alcohol and got right in my face … reminded me of my wedding,’ she continued to tweet, adding, ‘… I was traumatized …’
She continued to tell the story as she followed up, ‘This time I said please get the f**k away from me … Yes … it’s Britney B*tch!!! I woke up and spoke up for myself … can you believe it ??? Honestly I couldn’t either … so with that said, please again know I’m doing the best I can …’
She wrapped up the series of notes with a final piece as she said, ‘l’m alive, fine, healthy, and ready to start a new day – a new morning anew !!! To my real fans, God bless you.’
Positive outlook: She wrapped up the series of notes with a final piece as she said, ‘l’m alive, fine, healthy, and ready to start a new day – a new morning anew !!! To my real fans, God bless you’
Days ago Britney was also on Twitter to discuss the struggle to maintain her privacy and complained that she felt like she was being ‘gaslit’ and ‘bullied.’
Although she stressed that police never ‘entered’ her house and stayed at her gate, she said the situation went ‘a little too far.’
Fans of the singer have lately expressed even more concern than usual after she was seen having wha witnesses described as a ‘manic’ meltdown at a restaurant earlier this month with her husband Sam Asghari, 28.
Entirely too much: Britney begged her followers to ‘respect my privacy’ after overzealous fans called the police for a wellness check after she deleted her Instagram account; seen in 2019
In contrast with her usual bubbly Instagram posts, Spears’ Twitter statement was unusually sober and reserved.
‘As everyone knows the police were called to my home based on some prank phone calls,’ she began. ‘I love and adore my fans this time things went a little too far and my privacy was invaded.
She clarified that, ‘The police never entered my home,’ and they apparently left shortly after arriving at her gate after finding ‘no issue.’
But the run-in with law enforcement over the ‘prank phone calls’ still left her feeling accosted.
Scary overreaction: Although she stressed that police never ‘entered’ her house and stayed at her gate, she said the situation went ‘a little too far’