Britney Spears invited Lynne Spears to get coffee with her months after the pop star accused her estranged mother of hiding caffeine throughout her 13-year conservatorship.
“After no coffee for 15 years … Mom we can go have coffee together now !!! I’m treated as an equal … let’s have coffee and talk about it !!!” the mother of two wrote alongside a photo of herself taken during a trip to Mexico.
It’s unclear if the “Toxic” singer, who blasted her mother multiple times publicly on social media, was shading her mother or genuinely extending an olive branch.
Britney previously accused her mother of “abuse” in a lengthy June Instagram post.
“Did you also tell people how you hid coffee every single morning ??? Did you tell them every morning when I would try to find coffee,” the 41-year-old singer wrote after Lynne posted a series of text screenshots in an attempt to prove she responded to her daughter’s messages back in 2019.
Britney’s latest post comes after Lynne, 67, issued a groveling apology over the “pain” that was caused by the conservatorship, which gave her father, Jamie Spears, control of her personal, medical and financial decisions from February 2008 until the patriarch’s suspension as conservator in September 2021.
“I am soooo sorry for your pain! I have been sorry for years!” Lynne wrote in October. “I love you so much and miss you!” she continued, adding, “Britney, deep down you know how much I love and miss you! I apologize for anything and everything that’s hurt you!”
She also begged the Grammy winner to “please unblock” her so that they “can speak … in person.”
The apology didn’t go down well with Britney, who told Lynne to “go f–k” herself.
The legal arrangement was officially terminated five months after Britney claimed in court that Jamie, 70, had sent her to a mental health facility against her will and forced her to go on tour.