Britney Spears says she got carried away by full-body henna art

Did you say to your artist, “Give me more?”

Britney Spears shared on Instagram on Monday that she was carried away by the white henna, posting an image of her body completely covered in traditional Indian body art.

“I think I’m going to look for a bohemian look in the second photo … I’m not sure what my hands are on my hips 😂😜🤣 !!!” she captioned the slide show. “I guess I’m demanding attention 🙄🙄🙄 !!!!”

Aside from the art, the “Toxic” singer wore only a green snake print bikini and a choker around her neck. In another photo, she donned a peasant blouse and khaki shorts.

Fans, who believe in the #FreeBritney movement, questioned whether the quirky post was yet another sign from Spears, 38, to show that his guardianship was being held against his will.

“What have they done to you ?!” Asked one person. “It is clear that someone else is taking these photos and the smooth background is not lost on us … it is VERY obvious that they do not want to give any evidence of where they are at the moment.” The comment received more than 400 likes.

Another person wrote: “She demands attention because she is in trouble.”

Despite fans questioning whether Spears is being unfairly controlled by his father, Jamie Spears, and his management team, the pop star’s family has recently spoken out in defense of his situation.

Last week, Jamie Lynn Spears criticized a fanatic who alluded to his sister’s mental health issues, saying, “You have no right to assume anything about my sister, and I have NO right to speak about YOUR health and personal matters. She is a strong, rude and unstoppable woman, and that is the only thing that is OBVIOUS ”.

Her older brother Bryan Spears also shared on a podcast that the family agrees with their decision to put Spears under guardianship, and that they “made the right choice.”

Lynne Spears recently filed legal documents requesting to be included in all future guardianship decisions.