Britney Spears is addressing allegations made by her ex-husband Kevin Federline that their teenage sons have been avoiding the famous singer lately. In a recent interview, Federline revealed that the ex-sons couple’s Preston, 16, and Jayden, 15, opted not to attend their mother’s wedding to Sam Asghari in June. Federline also hinted that the boys are struggling to deal with the singer’s nude social media posts now that her 13-year conservatorship is over.
In an interview with the Daily Mail that was published on Saturday, Federline states, “The lads have decided they are not seeing her right now” (Aug. 6). They haven’t seen her in a few months. They decided against attending her wedding. The singer’s children still adore their mother, according to the former backup dancer, who was married to Spears from 2004 to 2007. However, he notes that he felt the need to apologise to the kids for the singer’s Instagram photos, in which she frequently poses nude.
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“Look, maybe that’s just another way she attempts to express herself,” he says, “and I try to convey that to them.” “However, that doesn’t change the fact that it harms people. It’s hard.mSpears responded to Federline’s allegations on her Instagram Story shortly after the Daily Mail article went up.
The musician stated, “It pains me to learn that my ex spouse has chosen to discuss the connection between me and my children. “As we all know, it’s never easy for anyone to raise teenage boys… The fact that the justification is based on my Instagram worries me. Long before Instagram, there existed… I offered them my entire being. Just one word: HURT… I will say it. My mum advised me to GIVE them to their father. I can share this, so I will. Have a great day, everyone!
A second Instagram picture from Spears followed, with the caption, “I daringly would like for the Federline’s to see the BIG BOOTY VIDEO!!! Other artists have produced considerably poorer work while their kids were still very small. She said, “I was monitored and regulated for almost 15 years during my conservatorship… Just to take Tylenol, I required authorization! Going topless on the beach like a baby is something I should start doing A LOT more of!!!! I’m not shocked that they will conduct interviews, just like my family did.
They have acted in a way that I am not at all surprised by, given how I have had to deal with them. On social media, Asghari also supported his wife. The actor and model stated on his Instagram Story that “there is not validity to his assertion regarding the kids distancing themselves and it is irresponsible to make that comment publicly.” The boys, who are intelligent and will soon be old enough to make their own decisions, may eventually recognise that having a father who hasn’t worked much in over 15 years as a role model was what made things difficult.