Britney Spears Just Did The One Thing Her Kids Don’t Want Her To

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Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Oops, she did it again! Britney Spears has done the one thing her children, Sean and Jayden, don’t want her to do: boldly pose completely nude on Twitter for her 56 million followers to see.

Spears has been vocal about wanting to reconcile with her children, but it seems she’s unwilling to stop posing nude, no matter how they feel about it. The pop queen’s Twitter photo posted Oct. 18 leaves little to the imagination. It shows her laying on her side on top of a bed with one leg slightly bent, and the other poised behind her head. Wearing nothing at all, Spears shaded out the essential parts, and left the rest out and about for the world to see.

“I have a premiere for a movie this week “THE LEGISLATIVE ACT OF MY P*SSY” !!!!” Spears wrote in her caption.

There are two very different sides to this story and they remain very divided.

On the one hand, Spears says she was overly controlled when she was in her conservatorship, and is now eager to do all the things she wasn’t permitted to do before – including posing nude and expressing herself in any way she chooses.

On the other hand, she says she really wants to forge a bond with her estranged children, but the one request they’ve had is proving to be the singular thing Spears refuses to accommodate, according to Page Six.

Showing no signs of slowing down, her nude photos have dominated her social media outlets for several months, and have seen an uptick in frequency in recent weeks. (RELATED: Drew Barrymore Had The Most Astonishing Reaction To Britney Spears’ New Song)

Should her children have a say as to what she is doing in her adult life, now that she’s emancipated? Her ex, Kevin Federline, insisted that their kids were deeply affected by Spears’ nudes.

“I try to explain to them, ‘Look, maybe that’s just another way she tries to express herself,'” Federline told Daily Mail.

“But that doesn’t take away from the fact of what it does to them. It’s tough. I can’t imagine how it feels to be a teenager having to go to high school,” Federline said to Daily Mail.

Spears’ newfound freedom from her conservatorship is her opportunity to reclaim her independence and her freedom of expression, and it would seem to most, that restricting herself for the sake of others may be too big an ask for the pop star.