Britney Spears Calls for Wealth Redistribution & Strikes in Instagram Post

Britney Spears Calls for Wealth Redistribution & Strikes in Instagram Post

Britney Spears Calls for Wealth Redistribution & Strikes in Instagram Post

Britney Spears has amplified a call for a strike and the redistribution of wealth in the United States in a post on her Instagram.

During these times of isolation, plenty of us, celebrities alike, have been binging Netflix to pass the time, dipping into our hobbies, making coronababies, singing songs with our pals and trying our best to fight the boredom of physical distancing any way we can. "Call your loved ones, write virtual love letters". We will feed each other, re-destribute wealth, strike.

Over in the caption section, Spears added three red rose emojis, which is a symbol associated with the digital socialist movement. Technologies like virtual communication, streaming and broadcasting are part of our community collaboration.

"We will learn to kiss and hold each other through the waves of the web", it reads. Communion moves beyond walls. As a result, many are now branding the pop star a "Marxist" and jokingly referring to her as "Comrade Britney". "We can still be together".

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"Queen of [the] proletariat", cheered on one fan in the comments.

Britney Spears appeared to have a politically charged message to her 23.6 million Instagram followers on Monday amid the widespread quarantine sparked by the coronavirus outbreak.

"TBH, Full-Marxist Britney Spears is the kind of surreal dystopian future factoid I can get behind", tweeted one user. "And I was going to do it by myself and then I thought you know what, it's important for everybody to understand that we're going through so much uncertainty right now", actor-comedian Josh Gad said in an emotional post last week.

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