Britney Spears, as part of the conservatory, which was founded in 2008, said she would not perform again while her father was in control of his career.
The singer’s message is the latest in a series of emotional comments made to the public about the regulation that controls personal and financial affairs.
“This conservatory killed my dreams,” he said. “So I have only hope.”
Spears, 39, wants to end the deal by calling it harmful.
The conservatory was applied after his father, Jamie Spears, filed a lawsuit against the pop star for his life due to concerns about the star’s mental health.
Spears, who has not been in the public eye since late 2018, said, “I’m not going to perform at any stage any time soon because my dad cares about what I wear, what I say, do and think.”
“I’d rather send VAR videos from my living room than be on stage in Vegas … I’ll try to do it again on stage with heavy makeup and I can’t really get my remixes. A song for years.”
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In the message, the singer also said he “didn’t like” the fact that documentaries about his life foster “degrading moments from the past,” adding, “I’ve overcome all of this and I’ve been like that for a long time.”
Documentaries, including two Emmy nominees Framing Britney Spears, along with the #FreeBritney movement, focused more on conservatism and public support for the singer.
In an explosive court hearing last month, Spears said he was drugged, forced to speak against his will and prevented the conservatory from having more children.
On Wednesday, he appointed a new lawyer to represent him in the legal proposal to end the contract. No formal appeal has been filed yet, and the next hearing is set for September 29 in Los Angeles.
Spears also said he wanted to accuse his father of “abusing conservatism,” which involves financially abusing someone under your care or imposing excessive personal restrictions.
He is currently solely responsible for his daughter’s $ 60 million (£ 43 million) property. His lawyers said he had not been responsible for his personal affairs since September 2019 due to his health.
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