Britney Spears fans concerned after pop star’s Instagram account disappears

Singer’s account can no longer be found on the social media platform

Annabel Nugent
Thursday 17 March 2022 09:08
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Britney Spears has appeared to have deleted her Instagram account.

Fans were left confused after the pop star disappeared from the social media platform. As of Wednesday (16 March), her account could longer be found on Instagram.

The 40-year-old’s Twitter account – where she has almost 56 million followers – remains active.

The singer, however, has not posted on the platform since speaking out against her sister Jamie Lynn in a post shared on 15 January.

Fans took to Twitter to share their confusion over Spears’s absence from Instagram.

“BRITNEY WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR INSTAGRAM” wrote one fan.

Another asked: “Where IS @britneyspears on @instagram?!”

“Britney Spears deactivated her Instagram account. I am deactivating my whole a** social media. I can’t live without her videos,” wrote a third person.

Someone else said: “What happened to Britney Spears’ Instagram account??”

Earlier this month, fans were ecstatic after the singer referred to Sam Asghari as her “husband” in a post to the platform.

The singer has been dating the Iranian model and personal trainer since 2016. They announced their engagement in 2021.

While many suspected the pair had married in secret, Spears quietly confirmed this was the case in an Instagram post shared on Friday (4 March).

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