Britney sings again.
Spears has not been shy about sharing her opinions on social media since dropping Sam Ingham, who she claims encouraged her to be silent.
Mathew Rosengart, her new attorney, was approved by the court just days ago. "Toxic" singer, who is 39 years old, joined the chorus of supporters using the #FreeBritney hashtag to call for an end her conservatorship.
She shared her thoughts on Friday night via Instagram. A text image was added that said: "Never forget to ignore you when you need them, and who helped before you ever had to ask."
She wrote the caption, "There's nothing more than when your closest friends who have never shown up for you post some things in regard to the situation whatever it may be. There's nothing worse than !!!!"
Star continued: "How dare people you love most say anything... did anyone even reach out to lift me up at TIME !!!????????" How dare they make it public that you NOW CARE... Did you even put your hand out to save me ????"?
Although the " Crossroads actress didn't specify who she was referring too, she noted that her subjects knew who she was.
"... and you have the nerve to speak about my situation in order to save face !!!" Spears added. "If you're going to post something .... You're far too righteous to continue with your righteous approach ....".
After her win in court with Rosengart's consent, it was a huge week for Spears. After her explosive testimony last month, in which she lashed out at her father Jamie and the conservatorship he has supervised since 2008, the change in representation was made.