Pink drawstring Britney Spears dances again without a knife

Pop star Britney Spears Maybe I won’t dance with knives again for a while.

On Monday, the “Toxic” singer shared a video of herself dancing in her living room while clashing knives. Although she tried to reassure her followers that they were fake, she took to Instagram the next day to share a video of herself with a bandage on her arm, a cut on her leg and a bruise on her lower leg Back could be seen while dancing.

The concern prompted local law enforcement to conduct a welfare check on the “Overprotected” singer Wednesday night; However, on Saturday night, Britney called it a “joke” and noted that she was receiving an apology for the incident.

Britney Spears keeps her pink drawstring but ditches the knives in new dance video

On Saturday evening, the “Gimme More” singer shared a video of herself dancing barefoot across the tile floor in her living room. She’s still wearing her pink drawstring pants, letting the side ties twist around her body as she spins in circles. Instead of her puff-sleeved white crop top, Britney wears a thinner white crop top as she moves her body to Indila’s “Love Story.”

In the heading to it Instagram In her post, Britney wrote, “The end of the song…when people are really traumatized it’s hard to stay present. “I love how she reiterates that you’re still here 🌹💕!!!” Comments on this one Instagram post, like many of her recent Instagram posts, has been disabled.

Britney shares a thoughtful quote with her followers

About an hour before releasing her dance video, the “Hold Me Closer” singer shared a quote attributed to 34-year-old artist, poet, activist and author Cleo Wade. “Life will change you, or you can change with life,” the quote begins.

“We are on the move. “Everything we know is constantly changing,” it continues. “We can wrestle with this energy or dance with it. The choice is yours.” Britney disabled comments on this Instagram post and didn’t write anything in the caption.

Britney Spears appears to condemn police over welfare checks: ‘It’s about power for the police’

The very first Instagram post on Saturday evening showed a ballerina standing on two knives that were placed vertically on the floor of a concert hall. It’s easy to see why this photo spoke to Britney given everything that was happening. “Is it another joke in the news about the welfare checks??? “Come on, America…we’re cooler, aren’t we?” she wrote in the caption.

“The officers came to my house and said they wouldn’t leave until they spoke to me because people make four-minute introductions to them. I get an apology. I’ve been bullied in my home for so long now… ENOUGH!” She continued. “Don’t talk about it, come on, let’s do it!!! The way my mom stays quiet when dads ask questions about her own daughter as if I’m in the wrong…no, that’s an old game. People must be responsible for their actions! It’s about power for police officers.”

It’s not the first time that police have conducted a welfare check on the pop star. In January 2023, local police officers showed up at her home after she deactivated her Instagram account, and concerned fans called the police to check if she was OK.

Britney says her privacy was violated during the January 2023 welfare check

Britney Spears calls "fans" for calling the police
Twitter | Britney Spears

In a short Twitter post that has since been deleted, the “Sometimes” singer said her privacy was invaded during her most recent welfare check.

“As everyone knows, the police were called to my house following some prank calls. “I love and adore my fans, but this time it went a little too far and my privacy was violated,” Britney wrote. “The police never entered my house and when they arrived at my gate they quickly realized there was no problem and immediately left.”

“It felt like I was being cheered on and bullied when the incident hit the news and was once again portrayed in a bad and unfair light by the media,” she continued. “At this time in my life, I truly hope that the public and my fans, who are so dear to me, can respect my privacy in the future.”

She concluded her post by saying, “Love, B.”

Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: dustinhuang@24ssports.com.

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