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Britney Spears fans believe star is ‘trolling’ documentary as she shares Super Bowl video

Fans of Britney Spears have reacted to a video the superstar uploaded to Instagram overnight, believing she may have been referencing the documentary Framing Britney Spears and ‘trolling’ the attention around its release.

While Brit was in fact talking about the Super Bowl, her loyal followers believed she was making a cheeky dig at the film which has garnered a lot of watercooler chatter the past week.

Sharing a clip of herself speaking to the camera on Monday night, Britney said: ‘The moment we’ve all been waiting for last week,’ as she paused for a second, before adding: ‘The Super Bowl!’

She went on: ‘I was so excited but honestly I was rooting for Kansas City but I was also rooting for the other team so it was a little confusing for me…’

Britney then whispered to the camera: ‘I love sharing.’

Fans flocked to the comments section to talk about her clip, suggesting she ‘knew what she was doing’ by referencing ‘the moment we’ve all been waiting for last week’, at a time when her documentary was on many a lip.

One fan replied: ‘We all know what she’s REALLY referring to! we see you Britt,’ as another added: ‘We know you really mean the documentary.’

Another wrote: ‘She’s literally TROLLING us,’ alongside one fan who shared: ‘The thing I love about Britney is she has a great sense of humor. She knows what she’s doing.’

Actress Lucy Hale wrote: ‘WE SEE U QUEEN,’ while comedian Heather McMahon chimed in: ‘Sis, you are playing us I cant!!’

Framing Britney Spears delved into the issues behind the conservatorship the star has been under for 12 years and the #FreeBritney movement, while it also unearthed disturbing media coverage and interviews that Britney was subjected to as a child star and later a teenager.

Reacting to the film, fans have this week called for Diane Sawyer to apologise, after revisiting the famous 2003 Primetime Thursday interview which saw Britney quizzed on the end of her relationship with Justin Timberlake moment after breaking down in tears.

Justin has also came under fire following the documentary, due to the clip of him bragging about his and Britney’s sex life, as well as a reminder that he cast a Britney lookalike in his video for Cry Me A River.

While Britney hasn’t explicitly mentioned the documentary publicly since its release, her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, spoke out.

Speaking to People, the fitness trainer, who has been dating Britney since meeting on the set of her Slumber Party music video in 2016, said: ‘I have always wanted nothing but the best for my better half, and will continue to support her following her dreams and creating the future she wants and deserves.

‘I am thankful for all of the love and support she is receiving from her fans all over the world, and I am looking forward to a normal, amazing future together.’


Credit: Original article published here.

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