Britney Spears responds to her sister's tell-all book in social media exchange

2 years ago 420

(CNN)Britney Spears is not blessed that her sister Jamie Lynn Spears has a caller book retired successful which she discusses their tumultuous relationship.

The vocalist commented connected her younger sister's "Good Morning America" interrogation to sermon her book, "Things I Should Have Said."

"Looked astatine my telephone and I spot that my sister did her interrogation to beforehand her publication ... I watched it with a 104 fever lol and it was really benignant of bully having a fever truthful precocious origin I had to surrender to not caring," she tweeted successful a bid of messages.

    In Jamie Lynn Spears' memoir, she describes her sister's behaviour astatine times arsenic "paranoid" and "erratic."

      Spears took contented with her sister's recollection, "She was ne'er astir maine overmuch 15 years agone astatine that time. So wherefore are they adjacent talking astir that unless she wants to merchantability a publication astatine my expense??? REALLY???"

      The "Zoey 101" prima responded to her older sister's twitter thread connected Instagram, revealing she and her household were receiving decease threats.

        "I hatred to burst my sister's bubble, but my publication is not astir her. I can't assistance that I was calved a Spears too, and that immoderate of my experiences impact my sister. I've worked hard since earlier I was adjacent a teenager, and I've built my vocation successful spite of conscionable being someone's small sister," she wrote.

        Adding, "There are nary sides, and I don't privation drama, but I'm speaking my information to heal my trauma, truthful I tin adjacent this section and determination forward, and I privation my sister could bash the same. No substance what comes, I volition ever emotion my large sister, and beryllium present for her. It's clip to enactment an extremity to the unhealthy chaos that has controlled my beingness for truthful long."

        Read Entire Article