Britney Spears has apparently responded to the alleged rumors she recently had a “manic episode” in public when she turned off the camera in her latest Instagram clip shared on Saturday.
The Princess of Pop, 41, danced in front of the camera and threw up her middle finger a couple of times as Divinyls’ track ‘I Touch Myself’ played in the background.
According to TMZ, the Baby One More Time hitmaker had reportedly suffered a mental health episode while stopping by a local LA restaurant on Friday, leading to her husband Sam Asghari, 28, who had been accompanying her, reportedly leaving the star.
Bizarre video: Britney Spears, 41, turns off the camera in her latest Instagram post, shared to her main page on Saturday
In the clip, the actress was seen in a form-fitting, strapless white mini dress with yellow stripes embroidered all over the fabric.
Britney paired the ensemble with white knee-high boots. Her long, blonde tresses flowed down her shoulders in natural waves, and the singer twisted her tresses from side to side during the role.
She complemented the outfit with a dainty silver necklace and bracelet on her left wrist.
The video began with Britney flashing a bright smile and using her fingers to add volume to her hair, and then showed off some of her dance moves to the 1990 hit.
Shortly thereafter, the singer left the camera, put her hand in front of the lens and proceeded to throw up her middle finger.
Answer: The Princess of Pop appeared to be reacting to the alleged rumors that she had a “manic episode” in LA on Friday
Showing a few moves: The clip begins with the singer flashing a smile at the camera and dancing to the Divinyls song “I Touch Myself.”
Suddenly: Shortly thereafter, the singer walked away from the camera, put her hand in front of the lens and proceeded to throw up her middle finger
Undeterred, Britney continued to dance and pose to show off her outfit choices to her 41.6million followers as the video progressed.
The star also made the heart sign with her hands, followed by turning the camera off a few more times. The Toxic singer also enhanced her makeup during the video with what appeared to be a compact of powder, while continuing to laugh and smile.
The Instagram clip could possibly be Britney’s response to rumors that she recently had a “manic episode” with her husband Sam Asghari at a Woodland Hills restaurant called Joey early Friday.
Shortly after Britney and Sam were seated at the Los Angeles restaurant, diners noticed the famous couple and immediately began taking unwarranted photos and videos of the singer, which apparently sparked the star, TMZ reported.
Alleged episode: The Instagram clip could possibly be Britney’s response to rumors that she recently had a “manic episode” with her husband Sam Asghari at a Woodland Hills restaurant called Joey on Friday
Multiple times: The star also made the heart sign with her hands, followed by another shutdown of the camera
Towards the end: The Toxic singer also touched up her makeup with a powder compact during the video while she kept laughing and smiling
Own Response: Following the alleged reports, Britney’s husband also hopped onto his own Instagram story to share a message as a possible response
Footage obtained from the outlet shows Britney trying to cover her face with a menu to keep prying eyes at bay.
According to eyewitnesses, the Grammy winner became increasingly upset and began “yelling” and speaking gibberish, prompting her spouse to storm out.
The former Disney star left the venue moments later with her bodyguard, who returned to pay the bill.
Following the reports, Britney’s husband took to his own Instagram story on Saturday to share the news: “Don’t believe what you read online folks.”
Britney announced in 2021 that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She was drugged against her will during her 13-year conservatory years, when her father, Jamie Spears, controlled much of her personal and professional life.
Message Breaker: The actor – cast to star in Paramount+ series Lioness – typed: “Don’t believe what you read online folks.”
Possibly triggered: Patrons began taking unwarranted photos and videos of the singer, which appeared to have sparked the star, TMZ reported, and footage obtained by the outlet shows Britney attempting to cover her face with a menu to keep prying eyes at bay to keep
This conservatorship ended in November 2021 after a court dispute that became public knowledge. The thrice-married singer lamented that she controlled nearly every aspect of her life, including her birth control.
Britney was put on the conservatory post shortly after an infamous 2007 episode in which she shaved her head and attacked a car with an umbrella.
Healthline describes bipolar disorder as “a mental health condition that involves significantly high and low moods.
Highs are periods of mania or hypomania, while lows are periods of depression. The mood swings can also be mixed, so you can feel exhilarated and depressed at the same time.’
Britney’s mental health issues have affected her relationship with her sons Jayden, 16, and Sean, 17, who live with their father, Kevin Federline.
In previous social media posts, the Tiny Dancer singer has opened up about how traveling to different countries has helped her cope with her illness.
Previous diagnosis: The troubled star announced in 2021 that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder
Speaking: In previous social media posts, the Tiny Dancer singer has spoken about how traveling to different countries has helped her cope with her condition
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11636979/Britney-Spears-FLIPS-camera-clip-seemingly-responds-rumors-manic-episode.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Britney Spears turns the camera OFF in the clip as she appears to be responding to rumors that she was having a “manic episode.”