On Saturday night, the day of the Women’s March, Britney Spears posted this completely random Rosie the Riveter-inspired cartoon (I mean, her Instagram is iconic and always random) of a woman with the words “girl power” written on her arm. Let’s be real, she probably Google image searched it.
It also said “thinking about my ladies today” which was an obvious nod to the Women’s March.
Apparently, this pencil drawing of a woman with “Girl Power” on her arm really triggered some, now, “former” fans.
“I pray that your soul is saved Mrs. Brittany Spears. I pray you find peace with Jesus.”
It was messy.
“Why today over any other day? Don’t tell me you support this “women’s March” BS too? I guess it’d be icing on the cake if you did…”
There was talk of abortion…
“What did the early feminists think about abortion? Suffragette Alice Paul recognized that abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women, turning mothers against their own children. Women’s empowerment comes through recognizing the dignity of every person #WomensMarch”
“Are you pro abotion ma’am? Are you a Lenninist Marist? Did you support the riots?”
Really, way more abortion stuff than you’d think.
“If supporting women’s rights means killing your unborn child then count me out. I’d rather die than kill my own child growing inside my body with a little heartbeat. I believe very child has a right to live. Call abortion what it really is. I will not support these so called woman marching.”
This picture ruined Britney Spears for this man…
… and this woman.
“And you lost another supporter. Keep your politics out of your business.”
She was told to go back to the kitchen.
“Now you’ve gone too far. Get back in the kitchen and tell your chef to make you a sandwich”
“Love you but “Dumb”
“Stay out of politics fans don’t need the headaches.”
“Deleting you! Byebye”
It was all pretty iconic.
“She has to be in the “in” crowd. Nothing but a follower anymore.”
All of these comments had other people wondering:
“People are angry she’s promoting girl power?”
Buuuut it wasn’t all negative.
There were plenty of people supporting girl power.
“YES! And all the men who stood beside the women at those marches!!”
And because this is Facebook, the Brazillians showed up.
“Britney, I’m Brazilian and I’m very happy that you also support this cause. I love you.”