Britney Spears Seemingly Shades Sister Jamie Lynn Spears' Upcoming Memoir Ahead Of 'Good Morning America' Appearance
Did Britney Spears shade Jamie Lynn Spears' upcoming memoir?
While Jamie Lynn has been busy promoting her book, Things I Should Have Said, her older sister shared a cryptic post to Instagram ahead of her first TV appearance to discuss her memoir. On Tuesday, January 11, Britney posted a photo of a typewriter next to some roses. "Shall I start from THE BEGINNING???" she captioned the post.
In a preview for the Zoey 101 alum's Good Morning America appearance, Jamie Lynn tearfully said she loves her sister but their relationship is complicated, Daily Mail reported. The interview will air Wednesday, January 12.
This was not the first time the "Lucky" singer has seemingly shaded her younger sis over her upcoming book. In October, Britney joked on Instagram that she was considering releasing a book and wanted fans to help her title it. "Option #1 … 'S**t, I really don't know' Option #2 … 'I really care what people think,'" she posted at the time.
The Sweet Magnolias star's memoir appeared to have originally been called I Must Confess: Family, Fame and Figuring It Out, which was a nod to Britney's debut single "... Baby One More Time." However, in July, Worthy Publishing issued a statement saying they regretted that "incorrect and incomplete information about her book has appeared in the public space, particularly at this sensitive time for Jamie Lynn and her family."
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Jamie Lynn has since teased she will be opening up about her mental health, as well as her experience as a child star and teen mom in her memoir.
Since Britney's conservatorship was terminated in November, she's slammed her family on social media several times. Last month, the Princess of Pop alleged in an Instagram post that her family was "hurting" her. She also claimed Jamie Lynn was given remixes of her songs, while "the person who owns the music is told no."
An OK! insider previously spilled that Jamie Lynn was not happy about her sister suggesting she "betrayed her own flesh." The source noted the "How Could I Want More" singer, "wants people to know that Britney’s not the only one who went through hell."
As reported by OK!, Britney does not intend on reconciling with her family nor see herself having a relationship with them in the future following their alleged questionable roles in her 13-year conservatorship.
Things I Should Have Said is slated for release on Tuesday, January 18.