Britney Spears has had a busy week, from declaring war on the rich on Tuesday to setting a new world record on Wednesday, or so she claims.
The Baby One More Time singer, 38, has said she ran 100m in just 5.97 seconds as she revealed she was getting back into running.
But the mum-of-two is far from amateur if those numbers are true, as the current world record for running 100m is held by Usain Bolt at 9.58 seconds.
Britney said: "Ran my first 5 !!!! Getting over your fear of pushing it in the beginning is key …. once I did that I hit 5 !!!!!
Britney Spears has claimed she ran 100m in just 5.97 seconds
Britney posted this screenshot of her time
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"Usually I run 6 or 7 …. my first try was 9 …. and now I did it whoop !!!!!
"100 meter dash."
After she posted a screenshot of her time to Instagram her fans were left scratching their heads.
One commented: "She obviously ran a 100m dash faster than any one human in the world."
The 100m record is held by Usain Bolt at 9.58 seconds
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"Queen of world records," another posted.
A third said: "Patriots sign Britney Spears after record-shattering 100m dash."
"She's four seconds faster than Usain Bolt!" another said.
It comes after Britney turned political and called for a general strike and the redistribution of wealth amid the coronavirus crisis.
Britney left fans confused
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Britney, who has a rumoured net worth of £180million, called on people to look after each other in the post.
The post said: "We will feed each other, re-destribute [sic] wealth, strike. We will understand our own importance from the places we must stay. Communion moves beyond walls. We can still be together."
The move was been praised by The Democratic Socialists of America, who called her their "comrade".