Britney Spears is celebrating her 29th birthday by heading off on "a romantic weekend" with beau Jason Trawick -- but not before suggesting that a couple of media outlets and her ex-husband might want to smooch her "lily white southern Lousiana" behind.
The singer's messages -- one addressed to "Star Magazine, Radar Online, Jason Alexander and the rest of you liars" -- went out on her Twitter page Thursday afternoon, the day after Star Magazine and RadarOnline published a report and a recording of a phone call purported to be Spears chatting with Alexander (that'd be her childhood friend and first husband Jason Alexander -- you may recall their storybook 55-hour Vegas marriage in 2004 -- and not the Tony-winning actor and former "Seinfeld" costar Jason Alexander) about a black eye theoretically delivered by agent-turned-boyfriend Trawick.
Spears visited Trawick at the William Morris Endeavor Entertainment offices on Wednesday in what many interpreted as a show of solidarity.
The litany of misdeeds on the audio -- which an expert told TMZ had been "manipulated" to the point of being unidentifiable, and which the Spears camp on Wednesday called "so obviously fake as to be laughable" -- includes references to more than one episode of violence, personal pictures, a story to be appearing in a magazine soon, an alleged abortion and a daddy's shotgun.
"Every aspect of the story published by Star Magazine is completely and utterly false and Star Magazine was informed of the falsity of this story before it was published. The statements attributed to Jason Alexander are a complete fabrication as Britney has not had any form of communication with Mr. Alexander in years. ...," a statement on Spears' official site read. She also announced Thursday that her next album (remember, she does have a music career) is due out in March.