After the news made headlines, the 39-year-old pop star took to her Instagram Monday, announcing she will be slowing down on her posts because the news has been saying "horrible and mean lies" about her.
While Spears will be scaling back her dance videos and outfit of the days, it's not a goodbye forever, but more of a see you later type of thing.
Spears is known for her unique content, but she's taking that away after the judge in her conservatorship did not see things her way.
The Oops!... I Did It Again singer filed a request, asking the judge to move her trial date from September to ASAP. She also wanted Jamie suspended as conservator of her estate until the hearing.
The judge denied Spears' request, marking the "denied without prejudice" box but gave no reason for the decision.
Spears is clearly feeling some type of way about the denial because she took to social media to air out her frustrations.
Posting a random video showing someone cutting an avocado and dressing it with Sriracha, the pop icon wrote, "In a system where I’ve felt completely hopeless for so long, at least I do have a platform to share!"
Quoting her fellow singer and avid #FreeBritney supporter, the singer continued, "As Selena Gomez says it best - The world can be a nasty place ... I know it ... you know it … kill them with kindness."
That's when Spears' post turned dark.
"Unfortunately the news has been pretty nasty saying horrible and mean lies about me so I’m gonna post a little less from now on," she told her more than 33 million Instagram followers.
She ended her lengthy cooking inspiration post by writing, "God bless you beautiful people … TA TA," and even included a waving emoji to signal her goodbye.
Despite today's loss, the Grammy winner proved victorious when she gained powerhouse attorney Mathew Rosengart to help fight her battle against her father last month.