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Singer Britney Spears attends Pre-GRAMMY Gala and Salute to Industry Icons Honoring Debra Lee at The Beverly Hilton on February 11, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Britney Spears has been fully enjoying posting nudes on her Instagram account all year long since being freed from her 13-year-long conservatorship.

Yesterday (October 24) was no different, as we see Spears laying on her side with flower emojis very carefully placed censoring her private parts just enough to not be taken down by the social site. She wore a big floppy hat to keep her face out of the strong Mexican sun, as she notes in her caption with lipstick emojis and the Mexican flag.


Fans seem to be increasingly concerned about her nude posts, with one user commenting, “Girl STOP!” Another wrote, “Are u being trafficked Brit.” One person said, “Guys, she does’t have the same social cues that we have. Lets be nice.” One person tired of the nudes wrote, “So redundant at this point.” Another chimed in, “Old pics, spinning, rant about her family, nudes, delete then repeat” with a yawning face emoji.

On Monday, Spears posted a topless photo of herself clutching her breasts while wearing unbuttoned denim shorts. Her caption, which has fans wondering what it means reads: “Rose is two years old but what if time is an illusion 🤔🤔🤔 !!!??? I’m wearing the same necklace TODAY that I’m wearing here !!!”


“And we still don’t know what rose is?!” one fan questioned in the comments section. Another writes, “Her mannerisms and the way she carries herself is like a 16 year old girl. And that is probably right before the time she started spiraling. So mentally she goes back here. This ‘not a girl not yet a woman’ phase was her happy place and mentally she can’t move past it.”

Seemingly from the same trip to Mexico, Britney posted a series of nudes on the beach earlier this month wearing the same hat, but with heart emojis covering her private parts instead of flowers.

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