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'Hope your book does well, Jamie Lynn': Britney Spears responds to sister's 'GMA' interview

The social media statement comes just one day after Jamie Lynn Spears' interview aired.
Singer Britney Spears arrives for the premiere of "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood" in Hollywood, Calif., on July 22, 2019.
Singer Britney Spears pictured here at a premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Calif., on July 22, 2019.Valerie Macon / AFP - Getty Images file

Britney Spears on Thursday blasted her sister's comments in a recent “Good Morning America” interview, saying it bothered her that her behavior was described as “out of control.”

Spears, who said she is sick with a fever, rebutted comments by her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, that her behavior was erratic before her 13-year conservatorship, which a judge terminated in November.

"She was never around me much 15 years ago at that time... so why are they even talking about that unless she wants to sell a book at my expense," Britney Spears wrote on social media a day after Jamie Lynn Spears' "GMA" interview promoting her memoir, “Things I Should Have Said,” aired.

Jamie Lynn Spears also addressed her sister's previous comments about her performances of remixes of Britney Spears' pop hits. She said on “GMA” that she “didn’t understand” the problem.

Britney Spears elaborated on why she took issue.

“I know it may sound like a silly thing to most people but I wrote a lot of my songs and my sister was the baby,” Spears said in her statement Thursday. “She never had to work for anything. Everything was always given to her!”

“I do remember asking my sister why she did that when she knew I was waiting to change my show and her only words were, ‘Well, it wasn’t my idea …’ Hope your book does well, Jamie Lynn!”

It is the latest post in which Britney Spears has spoken out about how her family treated her, particularly during the conservatorship.

In promoting her memoir, Jamie Lynn Spears said that she tried to help offer her sister resources but that she "didn't want to be part" of the conservatorship.

"I didn't understand what was happening, nor was I focused on that," she said. "I was focused on the fact that I was a 17-year-old about to have a baby. I understand just as little about it then as I do now."

Britney Spears’ fans have criticized Jamie Lynn Spears for benefitting from the arrangement despite her comments about not being part of her older sister's legal situation..

In October, the nonprofit organization This Is My Brave announced that it would not take donations from the proceeds of Jamie Lynn Spear's memoir following backlash from #FreeBritney supporters.

Jamie Lynn Spears responded in an Instagram post. In it, she wrote that her family has received death threats, blaming Britney Spears' "vague and accusatory posts."

"It's become exhausting when conversations, and texts we have in private don't match what you post on social media," Jamie Lynn Spears wrote. "I know you're going through a lot and I never want to diminish that, but I also can't diminish myself."

She added that Britney Spears is not the focus of her book.

"That being said, I hate to burst my sister's bubble, but my book is not about her. I can't help that I was born a Spears too, and that some of my experiences involve my sister," Jamie Lynn Spears continued. "I've worked hard since before I was even a teenager, and I've built my career in spite of just being someone's little sister."

"There are no sides, and I don't want drama, but I'm speaking my truth to heal my traumas, so I can close this chapter and move forward, and I wish my sister could do the same," the statement read. "No matter what comes, I will always love my big sister, and be here for her. It's time to put an end to the unhealthy chaos that has controlled my life for so long."