Britney Spears Sparks Concern With Engagement Getaway Photos

Fans noticed something off about Britney Spears' latest Instagram uploads, and they've been voicing their concerns.

Britney Spears Sparks Concern With Engagement Getaway Photos

Britney Spears‘ break from Instagram was very brief – under a week. The 39-year-old pop princess made major headlines ahead of the weekend for shock deleting her feed, although it’s all back to normal for her 34.1 million followers.

While Spears had spent most of 2021 fronting media outlets for her conservatorship case, talk has now shifted to the latest engagement news, this as the “Toxic” hit-maker happily confirms she and boyfriend Sam Asghari have stepped it up a notch towards marriage. In fact, Spears’ return photos were showing an engagement getaway, but not without drama.

Britney Spears Returns To Instagram

Scroll for the photos. The Grammy winner and her beau seemingly spent some time in Palm Springs, and the result was two outdoor shots showing Britney Spears shot close up and in a cute peasant-style blouse with yellow floral details.

Spears had, after deleting her Instagram, confirmed she was taking a “break” from the social media site to enjoy her engagement, something she confirmed on Twitter. Revealing she couldn’t stay away from IG for long, the blonde told her followers:

“Some shots from my weekend getaway to celebrate my engagement with my … holy sh-t … FIANCÉ … I still can’t believe it !!!! I couldn’t stay away from the gram too long so I’m back already ????????????????‍♀️???? !!!! Psss I took these in Palm Springs with clip in extensions.”

Fans Taking Issue

While likes came in fast, so did comments questioning the photos. The #FreeBritney movement remains hell-bent on proving that the singer isn’t the one controlling her social media, this amid her legal dramas and 13 years of control under dad Jamie Spears. Thousands of likes came in for comments probing Spears’ hair color – she’s been rocking pink hair of late – with the sentiment appearing to be that the photos are old.

“Hmmm something seems off” was the leading comment. Also gaining likes was a fan writing: “WHAT IS HAPPENING THESE ARE PHOTOS FROM 2 YEARS AGO.”

Over 6,000 fans liked a reply reading: “But britney you have shorter red hair now so how could these be from your engagement getaway?”

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Confirming Engagement To Sam Asghari

Britney Spears’ posts now come upbeat for more than just dad Jamie filing to end her conservatorship. The star “still can’t believe it” as she showcased her Cartier engagement ring earlier this month, even throwing out the not-quite middle finger in a photo shared to personal trainer Asghari’s Instagram.

“Every designer I spoke with about the ring was amazing with great ideas, but I just clicked with Roman — we really connected on the design and he was as excited as I was to make it special — that’s why I chose him,” Asghari, said of jeweler Roman Malayev. Asghari has been dating Spears since 2016 after meeting her on the set of her “Slumber Party” music video.

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Buurma Farms And Dole Recently Recalled Their Parsley Products

Check your parsley ASAP.

Buurma Farms And Dole Recently Recalled Their Parsley Products

If you recently bought parsley at the grocery store, you may want to check it ASAP!

As reported by The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Buurma Farms, Inc. and Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc. both voluntarily recalled their parsley products following reports of possible E. coli contamination.

Buurma Farms Inc. Parsley Recall

In a recall announced on Sept. 14, Buurma Farms Inc. of Willard, OH, is voluntarily recalling 320 boxes of its Plain Parsley. Moreover, the recall was announced shortly after the Plain Parsley showed possible contamination with Shiga-toxin producing E.coli.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) is often linked to foodborne outbreaks. Additionally symptoms of infection often include “severe stomach cramps, diarrhea (often bloody), and vomiting.”

On Sept. 7, the privately-owned company in Willard, OH, recalled the Plain Parsley after taking a regulatory sample. Unfortunately, the obtained sample tested positive for non-0157 STEC (Shiga-toxin producing E.coli). As a precaution, Buurma farms recalled Plain Parsley, harvested on Aug. 30 from Gregory, Michigan.

The Buurma Parsley in question was distributed to retailers in Ohio and Michigan between Aug. 31 and Sept. 3. Furthermore, the product was sold to wholesalers in New York, Pennsylvania, and Illinois between Sept. 2 and Sept. 4. 

Contaminated parsley purchased in any of these states will have a “BUURMA FARMS Plain Parsley” twist-tie with a price look-up (PLU) number of 4901 and a UPC code of 33383 80125.”

However, “The PLU and UPC numbers are not unique to Buurma Farms and would be on all flat/plain parsley regardless of where it is from.” According to the FDA, “The wholesale distribution channels involved in the recall do not have the twist-tie and instead have only a plain red rubber band on the bunch.”

As of date, no illnesses have been reported. If consumers have any questions or concerns, they should contact the consumer hotline (1-866-827-3362), available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST.  

Dole Fresh Vegetables Inc. Parsley Recall

In a recall announced on Sept. 10, Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc voluntarily recalled a limited number of cases of conventional Curly Leaf Parsley. In addition, the recall came soon after discovering non-0157 STEC (Shigatoxin-producing E. coli) in a random, routine sample taken in Michigan.

Packages of curly leaf parsley that were harvested between Aug. 18 and Aug. 19 are being recalled, according to the FDA. A total of five states received packages containing the contaminated herb, including Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Missouri.

As of date, no illnesses have been reported. However, if consumers have any questions or concerns, they should contact the Dole Consumer Center (1-800-356-3111), available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. PST.

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