Sam Asghari Defends Britney Spears Against Political Exploitation Amidst Controversial Meme

Credit: Britney Spears/Instagram

In a surprising turn of events, Sam Asghari, former husband of pop icon Britney Spears, stepped up to defend his estranged ex after she became a political pawn in a recent social media post by Donald Trump Jr., son of the former U.S. president.

Taking to Instagram, Asghari directly addressed Trump Jr., denouncing his actions with a simple yet powerful message: "It's not okay to be a bully." This response came after Trump Jr. shared a divisive meme, comparing Spears' images under different administrations, captioned with a nod of approval.

The meme featured a blurry recent photo of Spears holding a knife, labeled "America under Biden," juxtaposed with an old picture of her in a cutoff T-shirt and skirt, marked as "America under Trump." Asghari, clearly angered by the political exploitation of his ex-wife, voiced his disapproval, marking the first time he publicly supported Spears since their high-profile split in August.

This incident highlights Asghari's unwavering commitment to defending Spears, even after the end of their tumultuous one-year marriage. He previously condemned the exploitation of her story in the media, particularly in response to a TMZ documentary, where he stated, "I found it absolutely disgusting for the people who were in her life when she didn't have a voice, they went and told her story like it was theirs."

As the controversy continues to unfold, Spears' supporters rally behind Asghari's stance, emphasizing the importance of respecting her personal life and advocating against the use of celebrities for political point-scoring.

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