Britney Spears ‘Didn’t Die,’ Shares Rare Video of Herself Speaking on Instagram

As news reports continue to focus on an alleged intervention, Britney Spears is sharing her side of the story.

Britney Spears wants everyone to know that she is definitely not dead (again). This weekend she once again addressed her side of the alleged medical intervention that media reported about in early February, which sources explained may have been set up by her inner circle.

The Instagram post, from Feb. 10., opens up with a simple animated text graphic with the words, “The media this week said…” followed by a video of Spears speaking to the camera.

“I died,” she continued verbally. “I didn’t die. I didn’t die, people. I’m here, I’m alive, I’m very much alive and well,”

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She then proceeds to show off a white fur wrap and say that she’s “feelin’” herself while rubbing the fur on her body. She finishes the post by repeating that she’s alive, well, “happy,” and “that’s it.”

The post format is a rarity for the pop singer, who doesn’t shy away from dancing, modeling, or goofing around on film, but hardly ever adds content where her voice is the biggest soundbyte.

Spears elaborates on her feelings more in the post caption. “This week in the news it said that I almost died,” she wrote in the opening, and addressed the absence of specific people who the media reported were involved in the potential intervention plans — namely the manager and doctors — stating that she doesn’t have a management team at all “nor will I ever again in my life !!!”

“I take Prozac for depression and that’s about it 🤷🏼‍♀️ !!!,” she admitted, while also implying that her life is not as exciting as everyone makes it out to be.

One thing she has been consistent on is her disappointment in how the media has portrayed her life, especially since recent events where she was portrayed as having a “manic episode” in public.

The star, who is still adjusting to many aspects of life since the end of her 13-year conservatorship back in November 2021, even threatened to stop using Instagram if things didn’t change.

“It’s worse than a cruel joke because people actually believe this stuff and all of my efforts in getting better with my little routine of prayer and therapy seems to not count for anything,” the “Overprotected” singer elaborated.

In two additional posts from the same day, the Grammy award-winner shared how “There’s too much negativity and drama going around,” and created a video of herself modeling and posing, set to “Your Love” by The Outfield.

She tries to be optimistic in the post caption of the second post, which reads, “If the world says bad things about me … you can guarantee I will find my way to brighten things ☀️ !!! I always have … it’s in my destiny !!! I’ve lost some weight … but it feels kinda nice 👍🏼 !!!”

New husband Sam Asghari showed his support for his wife by resharing the caption from this post as an Instagram Story on his account, which he posted on Feb. 10 as well.

In an exclusive statement shared with Access Hollywood’s Mario Lopez, Asghari reiterated that the alleged intervention never happened.

“My wife is in full control of her life and will continue to make all decisions involving her care regardless of circumstances,” the former fitness trainer and actor reportedly told Lopez. “Speculation on her health is inappropriate and should end immediately.”

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