Cardi B Sends Message Of Support For Britney Spears — 'I Love You And I Totally Understand'

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May 13 2019, Updated 8:24 p.m. ET

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Cardi B knows a thing or two about living life in the limelight, so she can relate to what Britney Spears has been dealing with. The "Toxic" singer completed her inpatient treatment at a mental health facility on April 25, but not everything has been smooth sailing since. Scroll through for more details!

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Cardi, 26, sent Britney, 37, words of encouragement via an Entertainment Tonight video message on Wednesday, May 8. "I love you and I totally understand," she said.

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The "Bodak Yellow" songstress knows all too well that being a big star has its challenges. "Not only will fame drive you insane, but it’s like, once you have money … everybody wants to take it from you," she continued.

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"Sometimes, like, if you just have your own personal problems, when you’re a celebrity, everybody want to sue you, everybody want a piece of the money that you worked for. It’s very frustrating, and then you have like the whole world looking at you and no privacy … It’s crazy," Cardi added.

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Britney filed for a temporary restraining order against ex-manager Sam Lutfi on Tuesday, May 7, in Los Angeles. She claimed Sam was sending threatening and harassing text messages to her and her mom Lynne.

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Britney's mother is so fearful about her daughter's fragile condition that she filed court documents demanding access to Britney's medical records and treatment plans. The court hearing is set for Friday, May 10.

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What do you think about Cardi's take on Britney's problems? Sound off in the comments below!


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