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  1. Have we forgotten the awkward response she gave when James Corden asked her what "Oops!" was about? She clearly does not care for any of those songs haha!
  2. Are you kidding me? I LOVE the live take on it. It works great as a live/rock song.
  3. Blah blah blah...go put on Future Nostalgia and forget about your self-righteous self....
  4. Yassss! She just keeps on SERVING!!! This is her Teenage Dream era!
  5. I hate to say it, but I much preferred Kelly’s delivery and rendition. It actually sounded like a classic Kelly song!
  6. Since this forum is all about cancel culture let's also cancel Britney... For anyone who is struggling with weight problems, here is how Britney feels about you... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGyQY8RtDfY
  7. You can call me weird, I'll call you WEAK... I mean, since to you there is no spectrum when it comes to bullying or saying the wrong thing, let's just cancel anyone who has ever said something hurtful to another human being REGARDLESS of the circumstance. So while we're at it, let's cancel Britney. I recall her calling a paparazzi a "fat ****"...I mean how could she say something so mean and degrading to an overweight person? Ugh the nerve of her...she clearly is all about body shaming.
  8. Our society is in a state overcorrection which will only result in a long term resentment that will, ironically, only make racial tension much worse. Cancel culture truly is a cancer.
  9. Am I the only one that forgot about The Weekend performing in the first place? I'll probably catch the highlights next week...
  10. I’ll use my situation as an example. I control and take the lead on all company posts to our social media accounts, but other executives, including our CEO/President also have access to our accounts. If they want to post, then they can and I can’t veto them. I can advise, but ultimately it’s up to them.
  11. And then you'll say she was forced to do so and read it from a script. Honestly, this fan base is beyond toxic.
  12. I won't say what company, but as someone who works for and manages a social media account for a fairly "large" company, I can attest to how toxic the general public can be when it comes to social media and how much energy we have to spend in "fighting" false info. People like to hide behind their keyboards and throw out accusations, but God forbid we defend ourselves and then we're labeled as a company trying to bully our followers into retracting what they've said. It's a no win battle. At some point, you have to start wondering if it's even worth responding anymore, but then of course, we'll get ostracized for staying quiet and not saying anything. The reason I bring this up is because sadly, this fan base (and others too) do the exact same. You all have your theories and thoughts so engrained that any idea that opposes yours must be a lie, a cover up, or another conspiracy. You simply can't accept the fact that you could be wrong or be severely misinformed. Do I think there are some shady dealings going on with Britney's career and life? Absolutely! But do I think that everyone around her is in on some conspiracy? No. To be honest, there could be legitimate reasons for why things are the way they are and Britney and those around her just feel that it's none of our business to truly know what's going on. I mean....it isn't...
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