Britney Spears tells critics ‘kiss my beautiful white a**’ as she slams conservatorship

Britney had a message for her haters
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Britney modelled a number of her favourite dresses in front of a Christmas tree
(Image: Britney Spears /Instagram)

Britney then went on to hit out at her Las Vegas shows: "I did almost 250 shows in Las Vegas for 4 years and went out twice [deep in thought emojis] !!!! With that said … I think I will have to put on my hot little dresses on every night for the rest of my life to break even for working for my family my whole life with only old songs permitted !!!"

The singer then promised to model some more outfits for her fans before telling detractors where to get off.

She wrote: "More classic fashion dresses coming soon to my Instagram … by me … worn by me.

"And in the meantime, kiss my beautiful white a** Murica !!!!!!"

Britney hit out at her defunct conservatorship
(Image: Britney Spears /Instagram)

Britney slammed her Las Vegas residency and the restrictions placed upon her
(Image: Britney Spears /Instagram)

Britney's Vegas residency was at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, with the Pieces Of Me show beginning in December 2013, with it originally planned to run until 2015.

In reality, the shows proved to be so popular that she continued to perform them until 2017.

Britney had previously complained that the conservatorship had restricted what songs were performed and how they would be presented, with the singer saying that some of hits were remixed and that she was unable to perform some of her newer material.

Meanwhile, Britney has been celebrating turning 40 with her fiance Sam Asghari and had headed off for a sunshine break on a private jet to the Mexican tourist city.

Captioning a clip on her birthday, Britney wrote: "I’m so blessed and grateful !!!! Tears of joy today. Thank you for all the b-day wishes !!!! Psss I didn’t even drink the champagne. no lie !!!!"

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