Pop princess Britney Spears is renowned for various achievements. Following the release of her new memoir, "The Woman In Me," and her emancipation from a 13-year conservatorship, the public gained insight into the challenges she faced during her early days of stardom.
Recently, an old interview involving Malaysian host Asha Gill has resurfaced online. In the clip, a fan asked an inappropriate question, inquiring if Britney was a virgin.
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Stepping in before Britney could respond, Asha intervened, stating, "Can I just say, can you go back to school, can you go talk to your parents, learn some manners then come back and ask a question because you're wasting our time."
Britney appeared visibly relieved and expressed gratitude towards Asha for her response. This incident is not the first time the Malaysian host has defended the pop princess; previously, she supported Britney when someone referred to her as a high school dropout.
Since the throwback clip emerged, the interviewer has been receiving widespread commendation online for being the sole individual to stand up against the inappropriate question directed at Britney.