Jeffree Star has a big bone to pick with Britney Spears fans after the renowned singer deleted an Instagram post about the YouTuber.
Jeffree, a beauty entrepreneur and famed makeup artist, believes Britney’s fans were responsible for the deletion and accused them of bullying her.
Britney Spears Posted About Jeffree Star
Last week, Britney took to Instagram to shower praises on Jeffree after sending her a makeup package from his brand. As The Blast covered, the “Toxic” singer was on cloud nine and thanked Jeffree for sending her “the coolest makeup ever.”
Britney particularly praised the Holy Mist product from Jeffree’s collection, calling it the “bomb.” She even went ahead to call the YouTuber a “genius” before writing, “Holy Mist is more like holy s—t this is good!”
It was undoubtedly a big deal for Britney to give Jeffree’s makeup brand a shoutout, and he did well to acknowledge it. The makeup guru took to his Instagram story to repost Britney’s post, describing it as “Iconic.”
While Jeffree was thrilled about the shoutout from Britney, many of her fans didn’t like it given his controversial past and history with racism.
Fans Protested The Post
In the comments section of the post, many fans warned her to stay away from the 36-year-old YouTuber, with many describing him as “problematic.” One comment even read, “He’s using you, Queen! Run and send those evil products back.”
Another fan urged, “Britney I love you but don’t associate with Jeffree please.” Most of the remarks were negative and encouraged Britney to keep her distance from Jeffree.
It seems the 39-year-old listened to her fans’ protests as Jeffree’s post has since been deleted from her page. However, Jeffree is not at all happy with that. In a recent update, he took to his Instagram story to call out Britney’s fans for championing the deletion.
Jeffree Bashed Fans For Bullying Britney
In the Instagram story update, Jeffree rocked his signature pink bathrobe and pink hair as he said, “Britney Spears supported me a few days ago and oh, it really got some of these girls mad!”
The “Lollipop Luxury” singer reminisced that Britney referred to him as a “genius,” and it made “these motherf—ers really angry.” Pointing accusing fingers at the fans, Jeffree then said,
Fans, however, didn’t stop bashing the YouTuber. Many have taken to Twitter to shame him for trying to “take advantage of a woman who just got her freedom back.”
Others defended Britney’s decision to delete his post, sharing a video of Jeffree and blogger Perez Hilton mocking her during her conservatorship.