BRITNEY Spears told her haters to “kiss her a**.”
The 39-year-old shared the message as she turns “hopeful” after her team’s resignations in the conservatorship battle.
On Thursday, Britney took to Instagram to share a photo of a woman flipping of the camera with text that read: “While you’re talking behind my back feel free to bend down and kiss my a**.”
The caption was referencing backlash she faced from fans on Wednesday when they noticed she photoshopped her tattoo out of a nude photo.
Back in June, Britney made her virtual appearance in court amid her conservatorship legal battle with her father Jamie, who she claimed has "controlled" her life for the past 13 years.
During the hearing, the pop star made shocking claims that she was allegedly not allowed to get married and was forced to get an IUD so that she could not take it out if she wanted to have another baby.
Since appearing in court, a number of Britney's team members have resigned.
Britney’s longtime manager Larry Rudolph resigned from his position earlier this week, while her lawyer Samuel D. Ingham III asked to no longer represent her.
In light of the team members quitting, the pop star reportedly thinks the 13-year long conservatorship may be coming to an end.
An insider told E! News: "She's finally feeling hopeful about the future.
"She thinks people are resigning because they know she is speaking the truth. She is relieved her attorney resigned and hopes that if she can pick her own lawyer, it means the judge is leaning towards terminating the conservatorship."
The source continued: "She's trying to be patient and see what happens. She is happy that things are starting to happen, and that the truth has finally come out."
After Sam resigned from his position as her attorney earlier this week, TMZ reported that he was “extremely upset” with how Britney spoke about the conservatorship during her court appearance.
Shortly after the attorney resigned, Britney’s mother Lynne asked the court to appoint her daughter a private attorney in her bid to end her conservatorship.
Lynne argued in that the conservatorship is no longer valid as it was established 13 years ago.
The legal docs read: "[Britney] had to perform in front of millions of people, has had to manage hundreds of performances, has had to use her artistic and creative talents to prepare for shows by choreographing each and every move for and interacting with many co-performers, and has had to rehearse and perform for many thousands of hours over the years."
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