Although she admits to not experiencing the same level of fame as Britney Spears, she knows what it's like to have family in charge of her career and controlling her money.
While defending her she goes onto say that "no one cares about the mental health issue mostly because you're famous, you're a celebrity, you're singing, what could be going wrong?".
"That's a human first. First of all that's a human that has to work and all of her days are rehearsals. There's no private time, there's no public school like that is a caged animal, #FreeBritney"
The documentary Framing Britney Spears presented by The New York Times is set to premiere February 5th on FX and will examine the downfall of the pop icon.