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'Hope your book does well, Jamie Lynn': Britney Spears SLAMS younger sister's memoir

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Britney Spearsslammed her younger sister Jamie Lynn Spears in a lengthy Twitter post on Thursday after seeing her promote her new memoir on Good Morning America.The 40-year-old superstar noted that she was sick with a '104 degree fever' and that it was the only reason she could 'surrender to not caring' about her sister's claims about their relationship and her 'crazy' behavior.'My sister said was that my behavior was out of control.

She was never around me much 15 years ago at that time… so why are then even talking about that unless she wants to sell a book at my expense ???' read one explosive excerpt.She later claimed that Jamie Lynn, 30, 'never had to work for anything' and that 'everything was always given to her.' Fired up:Britney Spears took to Twitter on Thursday to slam her younger sister Jamie Lynn Spears after watching her promote her new memoir during an interview on Good Morning America; Britney seen in 2018 The 40-year-old superstar noted that she was sick with a '104 degree fever' and that it was the only reason she could 'surrender to not caring' about her sister's claims about their relationship and her 'crazy' behavior.

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