Britney Spears has lashed out at radio station for saying out she “deserved to be hit” by the security guard during her meeting with Victor Wembanyama last week in Las Vegas.
On July 11, the pop star posted a video on Instagram in which she shared her thoughts on the hitting incident.
The singer claimed she was “knocked down” by her fans earlier but her security “never hit anyone”.
“I heard on the news this radio station talking smack that’s why I'm addressing it. Saying that I deserve to be smacked. Security was doing their job and protecting their client,” said the 41-year-old in the clip.
The Toxic hit-maker recalled, “I've been with the most famous people in the world. *NSYNC at one time. Girls would like literally throw themselves at them.”
The singer disclosed, “I was knocked down by like three 12-year-olds trying to get my picture. My security not one time touched them or even came near them.”
“Point being is I didn't appreciate the people saying that I deserved to be hit. Because no woman ever deserves to be hit,” stated the crooner.
In the end, Britney cleared out her stance that she “tapped” the basketball player “on the back” before “getting hit”.
The songstress also added that she did “receive an apology from the security guard on her table “30 minutes later” but now she “wants to receive a public apology”.
Interestingly, the singer has already restricted her comments section from her followers on photo-sharing app.
Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Police Department’s investigation found out that the singer had been one “to hit herself in the face” after the security guard protected the player by pushing Britney’s hand off him.
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