'Ladies do not start fights': Britney Spears breaks silence with brutal swipe at sister Jamie's I'm A Celeb appearance

28 November 2023, 12:51 | Updated: 29 November 2023, 15:08

Britney Spears appears to have taken a swipe at her sister, Jamie, who is in I'm A Celeb at the moment
Britney Spears appears to have taken a swipe at her sister, Jamie, who is in I'm A Celeb at the moment. Picture: Instagram/ITV
Kieran Kelly

By Kieran Kelly

Britney Spears has broken her silence over her sister Jamie Lynn's I'm A Celebrity appearance.

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The sisters have been involved in a public feud for several years, though Jamie said on I'm A Celebrity last week: "I love my sister."

Jamie has been reluctant to delve into their relationship in-depth during her time on I'm A Celeb, but said sometimes "sisters fight".

Britney has now broken her silence days later, taking a swipe at Jamie on Instagram.

The American pop star posted a clip from an animated TV show, in which one of the characters said: "Ladies do not start fights."

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It goes in: "But they can finish them."

Britney attaches the video with the caption: "I never start fights but I can end them all."

Britney Spears and her sister Jamie Lynn Spears
Britney Spears and her sister Jamie Lynn Spears. Picture: Alamy

The sisters started publicly rowing during Britney's 13-year battle to end her conservatorship, which finally happened last year.

Britney slammed her sister as a "mean a**" and accused those closest to her for "not showing up".

Britney also alleged Jamie of making money off her named.

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