“I absolutely believe that our relationship can be repaired. It just takes a lot of time and effort. I just want her to get better mentally. When she gets better, I really want to see her again,” said Jayden James Federline, the younger of the boys, in an interview with ITV, who is particularly uncomfortable with the fact that his mother shows herself naked on Instagram.
“It’s been going on for a long time and it’s not likely to ever stop. But for me, I wish she would stop,” said Jayden, not forgetting to mention that he also speaks for his older brother, who declined the offer to appear in front of the camera.
And he also sent a message to his mother: “I love you very much, I hope it will be the best for you.” Maybe one day we’ll sit down like this and talk again.’
Jayden also explained why he refused to attend his mother’s wedding to Sam Asghari, 12 years his junior, in June. “I’m not saying I’m not happy about her. I’m really happy for them, but she didn’t invite the whole family, and then if it was just me and Preston, I just don’t know how it would have ended,” the 15-year-old said.
Jayden also stood up for his grandfather James Spears, with whom he himself had a physical altercation in the past. “At first he tried to act like any father and let his daughter follow her dream of becoming a superstar, but I personally felt that the forced administration might have gone on too long, probably because my mum was very upset about the whole situation, that she was working too long. She should have taken a break and relaxed. I love my grandfather with all my heart. He was just trying to be a father,” Jayden stated.
The interview was not left without a reaction from Britney Spears herself, who published a very emotional message on Instagram directed to her sons.
“The love for my children knows no bounds and I am deeply saddened to hear that I have not lived up to their expectations as a mother… Maybe one day we will meet and talk openly about this… I helped your father who was out of work for fifteen years. .. I suppose it’s easier for you that no one is checking you to make sure you’re doing your homework. I’m sure the standards of your father, who smokes weed every day, helped you become part of the cool generation at fifteen and sixteen…,” the singer wrote, not hiding her indignation at the fact that Kevin let his sons talk to the media about personal matters.