Britney Spears Discusses Hurricane Ida Havoc: 'Don't F*** with Mother Nature'

Britney Spears has dedicated an Instagram post to her home state of Louisiana as Hurricane Ida causes widespread flooding and devastation across the U.S.

The storm made landfall in the U.S. at Port Fourchon, Louisiana, at around noon CT on Sunday with 150 miles per hour winds, leaving more than 1 million people without power in the region.

Amid the ruin caused by the hurricane, a bridge in Lucedale, Mississippi, collapsed earlier in the week resulting in the deaths of two people.

Ida, which has been downgraded to a tropical depression, continued to cause devastation as it made its way north this week, as at least 46 people have been confirmed dead due to the effects of the storm in New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania, according to The Independent.

And Spears—who was born in McComb, Mississippi, and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana—took to Instagram on Thursday to honor her home state.

"My thoughts and prayers go out to so many people in this world at the moment," she wrote. "The news is horrific especially in the HEART LAND of Louisiana ...

"God will DEFINITELY throw us some curve balls to set us straight to make sure we are AWAKENED !!!! He is definitely getting our attention now with the devastation in Louisiana ... are you awake my friends???

"I told you a while back ... DON'T F*** WITH MOTHER NATURE [plant emoji] ... she is responsible for the air we breathe [air emoji] ... the sunrises [sunrise emoji] ... the sunsets [sunset emoji] ... the rainbows [rainbow emoji] ... but she's also a beast with the earthquakes ... tornadoes [tornado emoji] ... hurricanes [hurricane emoji] !!!!

"Go outside and pick up a PIECE OF HER and just LISTEN ... but it's nice to be able to look up and know FAMILY is nearby ... I'm so happy my family is SAFE and doing well !!!! In life there's always a TWIST ... SPIN ... GRIN ... or even a GIGGLE that's best served with a beautiful spoon ... find YOUR GOD and SERVE HIM WELL !!!!"

Spears' caption accompanied a video that showed her dancing at home, of which she explained: "Here's my twist on life and I'm serving it to God !!! This is how I praise ... This is how I feel ... by dancing [dancing emoji] ... singing ... praying ... and even cleaning [laughing emoji] !!!

"To some it will never be enough but I am perfect in His eyes and will continue to do what gives me praise !!! God bless you all !!! THE LIGHT IS COMING SOON [three sun emojis] !!!! Psss so wait is God a man or a woman????"

President Joe Biden will visit Louisiana on Friday to survey the damage and meet with Governor John Bel Edwards.

"Hurricane Ida didn't care if you were a Democrat or Republican, rural or urban. This destruction is everywhere. And it's a matter of life and death, and we're all in this together," Biden said, per The Independent.

"We thank President Biden for coming down to help him understand the magnitude of the situation here in southeast Louisiana," Louisiana Republican Senator Bill Cassidy said in his own statement, via the Lafayette Daily Advertiser. "We know from bitter experience with Hurricane Laura that aid can be delayed too long.

"We thank the federal partners who are already here helping with the recovery, and we will ask the President once again that supplemental aid be delivered to southwest Louisiana and expedited for southeast Louisiana."

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Britney Spears attends the 2016 Billboard Music Awards at T-Mobile Arena on May 22, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The pop icon dedicated an Instagram post to victims of Hurricane Ida on Thursday. BBMA2016/Getty Images for dcp/Frazer Harrison