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Victor Wembanyama’s Security Allegedly Slapped Britney Spears

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 6, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | July 6, 2023 |


In a story that sounds way too crazy to be true, but might actually be, Britney Spears was allegedly slapped by a member of NBA player Victor Wembanyama’s security in Vegas. Britney reportedly approached Wembanyama from behind and attempted to surprise the NBA star by tapping on his shoulder. At that point, the security team member “instantly backhanded” her. After realizing who it was, he reportedly went over to Spears and apologized. That part is not in dispute. The security dude is seen conferring with Britney and her party after the incident. However, there are conflicting reports that the security member simply shoved Britney’s hand out of the way causing her to slap herself. — And, yes, I’m fully aware that sounds shady as all hell. — The police are investigating and judging by the buttload of photos pouring out, it shouldn’t be hard to figure out what really happened. (TMZ)

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