- Disclosure Agreement (NDA) “Moments” before the two singers appeared on one stage and admitted to having “personally witnessed” the behavior described by his co-worker during a hearing on conservation last week.
The hitmaker “Fancy” spoke out in support of the “Toxic” singer and the claims he made last week that his conservatism was “abusive,” admitting that he acknowledged some of Britney’s behavior described in her testimony “was personally experienced.”
In a statement released on Twitter, he wrote: “The basic decency of human beings is to remove from their lives at least one person whom Britney has identified as a perpetrator. This must be illegal. “During our 2015 collaboration, I witnessed the same behavior that Britney widely described her father last week, and I just wanted to support her and let the world know she’s not exaggerating or lying.
“I’ve seen him limited by the weirdest and most trivial of things: how much-carbonated drink he’s allowed to drink. Why is it even necessary? (Sic) “Then “Fancy” singer beats Britney’s dad Jamie Spears – who’s a hitmaker,” Womanizer tries unsuccessfully to be dismissed as her conservative counterpart – and how she treats him in front of two stars at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards singing “Beautiful Things. “
He continued, “Your dad was comfortably waiting until moments before our presentation to the BMA when I was in the locker room behind the scenes telling myself that if I didn’t sign the NDA, he wouldn’t let me on stage.
“The way he got me to sign the contract sounds like the tactic that Britney talked about last week on her show in Las Vegas. Jamie Spears has a habit of getting people to sign documents when she shows up during coercion. Britney Spears shouldn’t be forced to live with this man if she (Sic) Iggy’s testimony came days after she urged fans to “leave her alone” after being accused of not supporting Britney and admitting that she was worried about being sued if she did.
He wrote: “I have signed a confidentiality agreement, and your father can and probably will sue me. “I’m here to support someone in a helpful and caring way.