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February 17, 2023

Pop icon Britney Spears has been active on Instagram this weekend, following an unusual encounter at a restaurant in Los Angeles. While the individual actions seem just slightly peculiar, when looked at in total, it has led some (namely outlets like Page Six and TMZ) to use terms like “manic” and “bizarre.”

The latest chapter for Spears begins on Friday, when she and husband Sam Asghari went out to eat at JOEY in Woodland Hills (where the katsu chicken peanut salad lists for $24.) Fellow diners quickly recognized the couple, and soon whipped out their phones so they could have evidence that Britney Spears is indeed a human being that requires sustenance in the form of food and drink.

This apparently annoyed Spears (hard to blame her), and witnesses report that she “became manic, yelling and talking gibberish.” It was emphasized that she was speaking “not another language, just unrecognizable speech.” Asghari was reported to have gotten upset, and quit the scene.

Spears sat at the table alone for approximately two minutes, before she and a bodyguard left, too. 

In this video, you can kinda-sorta make out her speaking in tongues, but who can hear anything over all that noise? (Are all of JOEY’s restaurants such a racket? How is dining in such an environment relaxing?) One thing you can definitely see is Britney putting a menu up to cover her face from the obnoxious person who is filming. Is there no one left out there with a scintilla of chill?! What part of leave Britney alone did we not understand?

On Saturday, in what seems like a response, Spears uploaded an illustration of a cool woman at a café under the declaration, “They told me I couldn’t/that’s why I did!” It’s admittedly a little vague. (The design is by a U.K.-based artist Melissa McKenna.)

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