Britney Spears called for "redistribution of wealth" on her social media account – probably enforced by the government – and called on workers to support each other during the pandemic crisis that has brought the whole world to an economic standstill .
Page 6 reported on the pop star's Instagram post, sharing Mimi Zhu's writings. The contribution read: "We will feed each other, redistribute wealth, strike", among other things, communist-sounding statements and creeds.
You can read the 58 million dollar singer's post below:
In addition, Spears shared a graphic with the words "Communion Moves Beyond Walls" and added some emojis and the symbol associated with America's Democratic Socialists. In response, the organization said in the comment section: "It's Britney, Comrade!"
Fan reactions were mixed, and many people welcomed her alleged commitment to redistributing wealth in the United States, while others suggested she was just a "champagne socialist". Regardless, Britney doesn't really control her estate.
Jamie Spears, her father, has controlled the star's assets since 2008, but continues to work and tour, including her Las Vegas residence, which was ultimately canceled. However, TMZ reported that it may have had to close it due to low ticket sales.
Her official statement claimed that she had to cancel the residence because of her father's poor health. As mentioned above, not everyone was convinced of their moral and financial declaration of equality, including a user who said, "Let me know when you are ready to redistribute your wealth."
Britney fans know that she has faced difficult times repeatedly over the past decade, including her public breakdown that led to her father's conservatory. Britney referred to this misfortune and explained that although she didn't have all the answers, she knew how to stay strong in tough times.
Earlier this week, Britney also raced social media people who made fun of their appearance, including their bikini photos. The star urged commentators to no longer be common to each other on social sharing platforms, especially in times like these.