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Britney Spears says she’s ‘having a hard time understanding English’ in bizarre Instagram post

Britney Spears says she's 'having a hard time understanding English' in bizarre Instagram post
Britney Spears says she's 'having a hard time understanding English' in bizarre Instagram post

The woman in her is now Xila.

Britney Spears, 42, posted a long-winded summary of her recent beach vacation to Instagram Wednesday in which she bizarrely claimed she’s having trouble understanding her native language — something that happened when she changed her name on social media.

“Since I changed my name to XILA I actually am having a hard time understanding English,” she wrote.

Spears summarized her recent beach getaway Wednesday in an Instagram post. Britney Spears/Instagram
Spears summarized her recent beach getaway Wednesday in an Instagram post. Britney Spears/Instagram

While Spears’ Instagram handle remains @BritneySpears, the name on her account reads Xila Maria River Red. She added “Xila” in front of her Instagram moniker in February with no explanation.

In July, Spears changed her name on the social media site to Maria River Red — again giving no reason.

She also claimed she was not allowed to drive a boat while on vacay. Britney Spears/Instagram
She also claimed she was not allowed to drive a boat while on vacay. Britney Spears/Instagram

Some fans wondered if Spears could be releasing music under the new name, but she crushed fans’ dreams in January, claiming that she “will never return to the music industry.”

Spears did claim, however that she enjoys her work as a ghostwriter, writing tunes for other artists.

The Post has contacted a rep for Spears for comment.

The best-selling “Woman in Me” author is 42. Britney Spears/Instagram
The best-selling “Woman in Me” author is 42. Britney Spears/Instagram
The “Lucky” singer posted a lengthy summary of her trip. Britney Spears/Instagram
The “Lucky” singer posted a lengthy summary of her trip. Britney Spears/Instagram
Spears changed her name to Xila Maria River Red on Instagram in February. Britney Spears/Instagram
Spears changed her name to Xila Maria River Red on Instagram in February. Britney Spears/Instagram

Elsewhere in Wednesday’s post, the “Gimme More” songstress, whose behavior on Instagram has continued to concern fans even after the end of her 13-year conservatorship in 2021, also claimed she wants to open up about her struggles but says they’re “too offensive to share.”

“There are a lot of other things that happened on this trip that I’m not sharing as well,” she wrote about her recent days in the sun. “Nothing is what it seems sometimes!!! I portray that everything is completely perfect but trust me I’ve been through it as well and I would share those struggles but they are too offensive to share.

“It would make other people extremely sad and honestly there’s not a damn thing I can do about it,” Spears concluded. “So just know my life is not as perfect as it seems … and remember my beautiful friends you’re not alone.”