Britney Spears Responds to Son Jayden’s Comments About Parenting – Billboard

After wiping her Instagram account last week, Britney Spears She returned on Thursday (September 1) with a clear response to comments made by her youngest son regarding her parents.

“I did my best to be the best person I could be,” Spears wrote in the note. “To be essentially hostage in homes under the supervision of nurses and bulls – I hope that one day my children will understand my territory in my play in the water revealing myself as any woman will be held under blankets and supervised under guardianship!!!”

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the message fromhold me closeIt seems that the singer was in response to a daily Mail A segment featuring a preview of a new ITV News documentary set to air Friday (September 2) in which her sons Preston, 16, and Jaden, 15, interact with Spears. last wedding To longtime lover Sam Asgari, and what is said to have broken their relationship with their mother. according to daily MailThere is “no hate” in their family, Jayden says on the show, but it will take “a lot of time and effort” to fix it.

“I 100% believe this can be fixed. It’s going to take 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,” says Jayden, adding a personal message to Brett: “I love you so much, and I hope it’s for the best.” Yours. Maybe one day we can sit like this and talk again.”

The singer has reportedly not seen her sons since before the wedding, and Jayden said that while he is happy for the couple, a wedding reunion “would have been inappropriate. At the time it wasn’t a good time to go. I’m not saying I’m not happy for her.” I’m really happy for them, but she didn’t let the whole family, and then if it were me and Preston I just don’t see how this situation would turn out on good terms.”

“Finally at the age of 40 with no strings attached what my family has done to me,” Britney added in her memo. It is in clear reference to 13 years guardianship that ended last year, as her estranged father, Jamie Spears, had almost complete control over the star’s personal and professional dealings. The pop The star also called her mother recently in 22 minute audio note Allegedly not supporting her during the difficult guardianship period.

Spears addressed Jayden directly at one point in the post, writing, “I am sending you all the love in the world every day for the rest of my life!!!! My love for my children knows no bounds and it saddens me deeply to know his cries of saying that I did not live up to his expectations of a mother…and perhaps Someday we can come face to face and talk about this honestly!!!! Maybe my dear child you can explain to me why our family would do this to anyone!!!!”

The singer also said she supported the children’s father, dancer ex-husband Kevin Federline, writing, “I suppose it’s easier for you guys not to have someone check you out to make sure you do your homework!!!!” Spears has also made other claims about Federline’s parenting style As she chronicled the sacrifices she said she made to keep her sons happy and comfortable.

“I fully understand your need to live with your father as I had to play the perfect role for 15 years for absolutely nothing,” she said in the lengthy letter.

“I am so glad I was able to make 4 rounds, judge x factor And waaay more… I did it for you. and Preston,” she continued. Britney reminded Jayden that “you are my baby and always will be!!!!,” telling both teens that she would like to see them “face to face,” while encouraging her second-born to continue honing his piano skills.

The singer – who was severely restricted under guardianship placed after her public struggle with mental health issues in 2008 – has been more open about the difficulty of being unable to speak her mind during the 13-year arrangement, addressing comments directly about her state of mind in the post. .

She wrote before insulting Federline again and asking her son if she could say “honestly” that what she did “memaw and paw paw” – apparently referring to her parents – was “good and they weren’t bad people…then yes I did” I failed as a mother and I hope this is a conversation for you and your father will sit face to face and try to figure out what is good.”

Asgari endorsed his wife’s last message. He quipped in the comments, “Mower the lawn > father of a professional kid.”

See Britney’s post below.

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