Britney Spears‘s most up-to-date Instagram picture has a number of followers scratching their heads. On July 7, the singer shared a photograph of her naked again to her 31 million followers that appeared utterly regular – till some very attentive followers seen just a few issues lacking from the picture: her back tattoos. For context, just some weeks in the past, Spears revealed for the primary time that she has a tattoo on the back of her neck of the phrase “therapeutic” written in Hebrew letters. She pointed it out within the caption of a photograph she shared of herself in a shiny pink bikini.
“Have you ever seen the tattoo on the again of my neck earlier than ???? It is Hebrew, it is a language written backwards,” she wrote. “It says Mem Hey Shin and means therapeutic !!!! It is my favourite tattoo however satirically you by no means see it.”
In keeping with Body Art Guru, Spears additionally has a fairy on her decrease again, however that one and the aforementioned Hebrew tattoo each aren’t seen in her most up-to-date selfie. This, after all, has precipitated a little bit of confusion amongst her followers, a lot of whom are speculating that it is not really Spears within the picture.
“Yall know this ain’t Britney proper,” one individual commented. “We all know this is not you,” wrote one other. Some folks additionally speculated that the tattoos have been edited out of the picture, whereas others questioned if she’d had them eliminated altogether. If the latter hypothesis is true, the “Poisonous” singer would not be the primary celeb to get rid of a tattoo. Pete Davidson lately opened up about getting his entire collection of tattoos removed, whereas different stars like Khloé Kardashian and Sarah Hyland have documented the process of getting theirs lasered off through social media.
Who is aware of if we’ll ever get a solution as to if Spears eliminated her again tattoos or if it is a case of strategic modifying, but it surely’s secure to imagine the singer has far more vital issues to fret about in the meanwhile.