Britney Spears refutes claims she has no control over her social media posts

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American singer Britney Spears has hit back at those who've claimed she doesn't write her instagram posts.

Speaking to TMZ, the 39-year-old shut down the theory put forth by former makeup artist Billy Brasfield. 

"No, I’m not talking to him at all. I write my posts," she asserted, adding, "I’m not sure who he is talking to, but I am not talking to Billy B."

The issue came to light after Britney wrote on instagram about feeling "embarrassed" after watching the unauthorised documentary, Framing Britney, adding that she "cried for two weeks" after it came out.

Many of her fans began to speculate if she had written the post, with Billy claiming he "“immediately knew it was not her".

He went on to add that he had texted Britney about the post, and she even confirmed the post had not been written by her.

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