REAL Housewives of New York’s Ramona Singer has been slammed by fans for sharing a sexy photo of herself while using the #FreeBritney movement.
Many of her followers called her “tone deaf” and said they felt the post was “offensive” and showed “narcissistic behavior”.
In light of the Framing Britney Spears documentary that was released last week, attention to the hit maker's freedom has ramped up globally with fans and celebrities alike.
Trying do her bit to raise awareness on the matter, Ramona's tribute backfired as fans blasted her efforts.
The 64-year-old shared a photo of herself from the show Lip Sync Battle dressed as Britney Spears from her iconic music video 'Oops I did it Again'.
Next to the snap, she wrote: "#FreeBritney !!"
However, fans were unimpressed taking to the comments section to blast the reality star.
One wrote: "You just don't get it Ramona! Typical narcissistic behavior!"
"Omg I love you Ramona, but this is so tone-deaf even for you," added a second.
Another slammed: "That is so offensive."
"Always Making it about you ???," slammed a fourth.
People from all over the world – including stars such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Andy Cohen and Miley Cyrus – have publicly announced their support to Free Britney.
The film took a deep dive into the pop princess' conservatorship – which was implemented in 2008 after she had a mental health breakdown.
The arrangement put her financial and personal assets, along with her estate, under the control of her father Jamie Spears and lawyer Andrew Wallet, who has since resigned.
Britney’s father temporarily stepped down as her conservator due to “personal health reasons,” as Jodi Montgomery was made temporary conservator until January 20, 2020.
The move came after Britney’s ex-husband, Kevin Federline, filed a police report against Jamie, claiming he abused their oldest son, Sean Preston, during an August 24 incident. No criminal charges were filed against Jamie.
Jamie is forbidden from seeing Sean Preston, 15, and Jayden James, 14, for three years after K-Fed was granted a temporary restraining order.
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