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  1. This is old! If it were recent, it would have been picked up by other outlets. If you look at the LA Times, they have nothing about it on their site.
  2. Same story, different spin!! Who is right TMZ or enews? Britney Spears is giving another reason to stan her. The 38-year-old pop star might have a hitmaker called "Toxic" but she's taking all the safety precautions during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. Case in point: A source tells E! News the legendary songstress decided to self-quarantine after recently taking a trip back home. The source points out that when Britney got back from her travels she wanted to "make sure everyone was safe," including her two sons—Sean Federline (14) and Jayden James Federline (13)—and boyfriend Sam Asghari. "Britney quarantined on her own after her trip home to Kentwood," the insider shares. "She really missed her family and wanted to see them. She was by herself in L.A. and it made sense to go be with family." "She knew when she got back to L.A. she would have to quarantine and it was worth it to her," the source continues. According to the source, the 38-year-old star didn't see her kids for two weeks. If anything, Britney followed CDC guidelines since the organization has recommended for people to self-isolate for 14 days if they've traveled, been exposed to someone with COVID-19, are working on the frontlines (and are considered essential workers) or want to take extra safety precautions. "[Britney] didn't see her boys for 2 weeks and she also didn't see her boyfriend Sam for a while. She wanted to make sure everyone was safe and that there was no risk," the source explains. "She has started to seeing them again now on their regular schedule." Jamie Lynn Spears also recently shared that her pop star sister visited her and their immediate family when the COVID-19 pandemic hit hard in the U.S. "My sister came in at the beginning of it but we were not certain how long everything was gonna last," Jamie told E! News host Erin Lim last week. "So she came in for about two weeks I think it was, then she went back home." The Zoey 101 alum added, "So she was here, my brother's been here; just like my immediate family because we're not trying to. you know, just make this like a quarantine party." Back in late April, the "Toxic" singer took to social media to share that she and her boyfriend were quarantining separately because of her trip to Louisiana. "So basically I haven't seen my boyfriend @samasghari in what feels like a lifetime!!!! I have actually lost weight from missing him....," she expressed on Instagram. "Now none of my pants or shirts fit!!!!! Guess that's what missing someone can do... who else is experiencing this?????!" At the time, a separate insider told E! News the couple was "communicating daily on FaceTime." For Memorial Day weekend, it appeared Britney and Sam had finally reunited after not seeing each other in person for a while. "I know ….. high socks," she captioned her Instagram post, alongside a cute video of her and her beau. "I'm a nerd when I'm having the most fun !!!!!!! Happy Friday !!!!!!" Additionally, Sam posted the same video on his Instagram with a message that read: "Don't forget to dance... happy Friday." enews
  3. Again, I never said anything about Sam working. I said maybe he goes out more than we see.
  4. Chill. I never said anything about Sam's job. I said maybe he goes out more that we know.
  5. Why is it strange that they aren't isolating together. Me and my bf aren't. I can work from home, but he can't. So, neither of us want to risk it. Maybe Sam goes out more than we see, that would put her in danger. Idk, I don't think it's that big of a deal.
  6. You can say or do whatever you want. Of course no one cares if you're in the comforts of your own home. The minute you decide to do or say something questionable in public, you should be prepared to be called out.
  7. I'm not a fan of the N word. My ancestors fought hard for their freedom, for an education, for basic rights for themselves and their lineage. But, as a Black person I understand the idea behind using a word that was meant to dehumanize and belittle and say "this word won't hurt me anymore" and how Black people who are in the struggle together see it as community language. I didn't grow up really struggling, so I didn't understand the bond with that word. I've come to realize that Black people use the word to mean so many different things. Sometimes it means that's my ride or die, we've been through a lot together. Other times it's meant as that person has no meaning to me, he or she did me dirty. Sometimes it means he is she is crazy; they stay wildin out! The word is for us to use. You can't pull the whole I'm dark skinned (but not Black) so I can use the word, but then voice your disdain for Black people later on! Family and friends know not to call me the N word. A few months ago, I was leaving a restaurant with a friend and two White men yelled from their truck the N word. They were trying to hurt/scare us. I know where I live so we shortened our goodbyes and left. You can't really compare any other word to the N word. If don't have to censor the other word the way we do the N word, then you can't compare it!! To the matter of "why can't I say it (in public) (if you want to say it, you've probably already been saying it in private!)?!" Why do you want to say it so bad? You're being asked not to use ONE word! One!! If you're upset because you can't use ONE word, you need to check your privilege. The world won't end because you can't say the N word, but if you use it around the wrong person, you may be in for a shock! Last point: the whole you should say it in a nice way to get people to listen and not make them so defensive. We did that with the Civil Rights movement. There were not violent marches, silent sit ins, other non violent protests. In return we were spit on, beaten, lynched, murdered, houses and churches bombed all because we wanted to be treated like equal humans. It's still happening today. Black people minding their own business getting called the N word, getting the cops called on them, being killed for running away, playing with a toy gun, selling cigarettes, having a gun along with the proper paperwork. Its called living while Black. We are tired of having to be the nice guy and worry about the feelings of others while trying to explain our reality. You can turn that song off, take off the makeup, lose the blacckent and go along your merry way. Black people can't. We are always looking over our shoulder, being cognizant of where we are and who is around us just, having "the talk" with our kids just to make sure we stay alive. Our lives and cultures are not costumes!
  8. Everybody wants to be Black until it's time to be Black. People want our culture and swag but then turn a blind eye or play the victim when the systemic racism and oppression is brought up.
  9. That's a good point, but who else dresses like that with a camouflage fox (I'm assuming it's fox) hat?
  10. In the comments, someone said it was the other way around! They said that Sam has to pay! Idk what to believe!
  11. With his latest reading, he was talking about how Britney is making moves for her freedom, using Sam to get there. He said things would get worse before they get better. Link to video Sorry, I don't know how to embed the video.
  12. As crazy as it sounds, I think that Aphrodite psychic guy may be on to something...or maybe it's just wishful thinking.
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