Hole’s successful frontwoman and retired successful musician, Courtney Love, recently posted a photo on her Instagram account and showed her support for the ‘Free Britney’ movement and thanked New York Times for their ‘Framing Britney Spears’ documentary.
Courtney Love Cobain was one of the most well-known figures of the ’90s grunge scene and was famous for her successful career as the frontwoman of the alternative rock band Hole. As you probably know, Courtney often enjoys using her Instagram account to cherish old memories, pay her respects to people that have changed her life, and show her support for social issues.
Just some hours ago, upon watching ‘Framing Britney Spears’ which was produced by The New York Times, she posted a photo in solidarity with Britney Spears and everything she has been through. As you may recall in 2007 was a difficult year for the famous popstar. Upon Britney’s infamous breakdown, she was put under a conservatorship helmed by her father, Jamie Spears.
However, since then Britney has stayed active in the music scene and shown that she has managed to work on her mental health and her numerous projects have proved that she’s capable of handling her own life. Britney’s fans have been vocal about their dissatisfaction with seeing their favorite pop star under a conservatorship at 38 years old and some years ago they launched the #FreeBritney movement.
The stigma around Britney’s mental health has been discussed by numerous people and the latest documentary by New York Times aimed to increase awareness and understanding about women, agency, and trauma, based on Britney’s life. Upon watching ‘Framing Britney Spears’ Courtney Love showed her support for the famous pop star and said ‘we are sorry Britney.’
Here’s what Courtney Love said in the caption of her recent Instagram post:
“Free Britney. Thank you New York Times, you did what you could. 💔”
Click here to check out the photo that Courtney love posted on her Instagram account.