Unsolicited or good advice?
Octavia Spencer allegedly wasted no time telling Britney Spears she should get a prenuptial agreement after the pop star happily announced her engagement to Sam Asghari.
“Make him sign a prenup,” the Oscar winner, 51, commented on Spears’ Instagram post Sunday, according to screenshots circulating on social media.
Page Six was unable to confirm the authenticity of the screenshots, and the comment appears to have been taken down.
A rep for Spencer did not immediately return our request for comment.
Most of Spears’ fans appeared supportive of Spencer’s alleged comment given that the “Overprotected” singer’s father, Jamie Spears, has been accused of mismanaging the pop star’s funds during her 13-year conservatorship.
“Octavia Spencer removed the comment but tbh were all thinking it,” one person tweeted. “PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE MAKE HIM SIGN AN IROM CLAD PRENUP.”
Highlighting Britney’s second marriage to Kevin Federline, with whom she shares two sons, another fan wrote, “Octavia Spencer looking out for her too. Ain’t gonna let a [sic] another federline happen.”
A third commented, “She’s right tho love is fickle and Britney done suffered to get all her property in her hands. the thought of her ever losing part of it to someone else is honestly just so nauseating.”
One person pointed out, however, that Britney and her attorney, Mathew Rosengart, may have already considered a prenup given the financial issues the “Lucky” singer, 39, has dealt with as a result of her conservatorship.
“Why is everyone acting like she hasn’t thought of this?” the fan tweeted. “She spent the past 13 years in a legal fight for her rights and still pays alimony to Kfed. I’m sure she knows what a prenup is at this point, and that Rosengart will advise her on protecting her assets.”
Asghari, 27, popped the question Sunday at Britney’s home with a ring that has a 4-carat round brilliant stone in a platinum cathedral setting, enhanced with a floating solitaire design.
He is an Iranian-born personal trainer and actor who has landed roles in Showtime’s “Black Monday,” HBO Max’s “Hacks” and BET’s “The Family Business.”
Britney and Asghari started dating in late 2016. They met on the set of a music video for her song “Slumber Party,” in which Asghari played her love interest.
Most recently, both have openly expressed their desire to take the next step in their relationship.
During her bombshell June 23 testimony, the “Stronger” singer told the court that she wanted to marry her boyfriend and have a baby, but the conservatorship wouldn’t allow it. Asghari has said that he just wants a “normal” future with Britney.
A rep for Britney did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment on Spencer’s alleged comment.