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'Just sad' Strictly's Motsi Mabuse voices view on Britney Spears family drama

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Motsi Mabuse, 40, has voiced her opinion on the latest news of Britney Spears’ family feud.The Strictly Come Dancing star took to Twitter, where she enjoys a following of 69,800, to weigh in on the situation.She retweeted a message from Britney in which she defended herself from her sister Jamie Lynn’s accusation that the pop star once locked the pair of them in a room while armed with a knife as she "didn't feel safe".In a lengthy statement, Britney asked her sister to “stop with these crazy lies for the Hollywood books”.She added: “I’m actually very confused about toy making that up because it’s honestly not like you at all !!!!”Britney concluded: “Congrats on introducing your oldest tester the concept of getting LOW … LOWER … LOWEST ….

Because you win on that one, babe !!!!”Motsi said in her tweet: “Just sad to see this situation, no family is perfect but it just seems like there is still so much beep to be done & having all put in public isn’t going to make it easier!”She later clarified: “*beep -> healing.”Other Twitter users also stated their opinion on the subject as they responded to Motsi’s tweet.ThomDWTS wrote: “Jamie Lynn is not making herself look good doing these ‘tell all’ books and interviews she should be dealing with this privately and apologizing to her sister for not speaking up for her when she should have.”jacquelinesnoo1 added: “So bloody sad!

They both need some sort of help, I hope they get it.”Over a series of Twitter posts, Britney branded her family “saboteurs” who had tried to ruin her dreams “100 billion percent”.The pop star explained she had been battling a high fever at the time of watching Jamie's TV interview.However, she continued to watch the chat on Good Morning America without the.

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