The pop star was accused of having a 'meltdown' in a now-viral TMZ video.
After TMZ released the now-viral video in an attempt to show the Princess of Pop having a so-called "meltdown," Spears and Asghari filmed a response to poke fun at the fuzzy video footage, which doesn't seem to show any mania at all.
In the video, Spears, 41, was seen holding a menu in front of her face to hide from the person filming her while she dined. The outlet claimed that she was talking "incoherently" while Asghari allegedly "stormed out."
But the "Toxic" singer seemed to deny all the hubbub about the video, and instead put a lighthearted spin on the clip, stating via Asghari's Instagram Story on Tuesday night, "The best thing about the TMZ video to me personally—I'm starving—was the pasta."
She was referring to the plate of pasta sitting on the table in front of the person filming the clip, and apparently the appetizing meal was all she could focus on during the video, instead of all the rumors about her "manic" behavior.
"What if I jumped from one table to the next in the video and I ate the pasta?" she quipped. "Wouldn't that be hot?"
"Like a cat," Asghari added.
After the restaurant footage initially went viral, Asghari took to Instagram to shut down some of the chatter, telling his followers not to "believe what you read online," per Page Six.
The outlet also spoke with an employee at the restaurant, who claimed that it was another customer who caused a ruckus by trying to film the "Circus" songstress.
"The disruptor wasn't Britney—it was the other diner who taunted her by taking a video without consent," the employee stated, adding that Spears was "understandably upset."
The restaurant staffer also cleared up the part about Asghari, claiming he "only left briefly to get their car, but he did not storm out."
Shortly after, Spears reportedly left with her bodyguard, who then returned to pay the bill.