Britney Spears May Never Perform On Stage After A Mental Breakdown Again, Her Life-Long Manager Claims
May 16, 2019 16:10 By Fabiosa
Well, yes, Britney Spear's life has been somewhat complicated. After experiencing severe anxiety back in 2007, the pop singer went to a mental health facility in April 2019 once again.
As reported, Britney Spears has been distraught over her dad's illness that is not getting better, but worse. The situation allegedly has affected the singer's well-being so much that she reportedly sought for professional help.
No more performances?
It's been hell for Britney Spears. As the pop singer reportedly receives help at the facility, nobody knows what is next for her in career and personal life as well.
According to Spear's life-long manager Larry Rudolph, Britney "may never come again" to stage due to her mental health instability.
We had to pull her show because her meds stopped working and she was distraught over her dad's illness ... She clearly doesn't want to perform now.
Earlier Britney Spears admitted she would like to continue her music career and performances across the country, but her dad's health crisis and other factors had a gruesome impact on her life.
According to Entertainment Tonight, Larry Rudolph added the pop diva "has no desire or ability to make her work again" unless that's what she "really" wants.
I don't want her to work again 'till she's ready, physically, mentally and passionately. If that time never comes again, it will never come again. I am only here for her when she wants to work.
Well, he's kind of right. We mean, if she really finds true inspiration, passion, and aspiration to perform again, then it'll be really great. But, if she decides to focus on her health, then it'll be also excellent.
Reactions of fans
Good. Her mental state is more important.— LisaPizza (@4truthnjustiz) May 15, 2019
This poor girl, they push her too hard! Let her be, she’s made them all plenty of money. If she wants to create in the future good; if not, I hope she enjoys her retirement.— ms G (@mgorena) May 15, 2019
she only deserves true happiness and to be healthy and whatever she chooses to do that will help her to be at her best physically and mentally, i will support her ❤️— 𝙼𝚘𝚕𝚕𝚢/SHAWN PLZ REFOLLOW😭 (@shawnscalvinsss) May 15, 2019
Good. I feel like she has been used by so many people.— Jane Dawson (@JaneDaw60021807) May 16, 2019
Let's wish the best both for Britney's father and the singer herself in such a difficult situation, shall we?