Britney Spears’ boyfriend Sam Asghari added that he might propose to his pop star girlfriend a week after he was found buying fireworks at Cartier in Beverly Hills.
@TheSpearsRoom Britney’s Twitter fan account posted a screenshot of the diamond ring photo. Asghari appeared to have shared the photo via his Instagram story, but it disappeared shortly after.
In the photo, the words “lioness” are engraved on the fireworks, and fans suggested that Asgari designed it specifically for his 39-year-old girlfriend.
Strangely, Asghari’s deleted post may not belong to him at all. He issued a statement claiming that his account was hacked.
But the story of the 27-year-old personal trainer did not satisfy fans. In response to his statement, the fan account said: “When many people said they saw the original post of his story, how could he say that it was processed by Photoshop? I assume he just posted it by mistake, and now Lied.”
Just last week, Asghari was caught buying jewelry after dating the Toxic singer for four years. He was photographed carefully looking at the ring series in a high-end jewelry store, and asked the salesperson to take out the fireworks for him to take a closer look.
After the ring shopping incident, an insider revealed that fitness models have been thinking about “raising questions.”
“Britney and Sam are not yet engaged, but he has been talking more and more about raising this issue recently,” the source continued, adding, “Sam wanted to spoil the cloth with a very special, excessive and meaningful proposal. When the time is right for Lanny. He also dreams of becoming a father one day, and of course Britney has always wanted more children, especially now that her children are getting older.”
Asghari and Britney were discovered separately this week, and soon after the news came out that the pop princess’s father, Jamie Spears, had applied for over ten years of oversight rights, both of them were in a good mood.
After he admitted that the songwriter’s “situation has changed to the point where the reasons for establishing a takeover may no longer exist”, he requested that the takeover be stopped without medical evaluation.
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Post time: Sep-17-2021