The Princess of Pop continues to make headlines following her release from her conservatorship and star-studded wedding earlier this year. She most recently entered a heated broil with her ex-husband, Kevin Federline with whom she shares sons Preston, 16 years old, and Jayden, 15 years old.
This argument began when Federline took to Daily Mail to say that he would “Let Jamie Lynn back into their sons’ lives.”
For some context, Britney was under strict conservatorship for the better part of her adolescence entering adulthood. Her entire family including her father, mother Lynne, sister Jamie Lynn and brother Brian were collectively involved and reaped monetary benefits under the scheme. After Britney was granted freedom from her conservatorship, she publicly made the bold statement that she would sever all times with her kin.
She then proceeded to marry her longtime lover and backup dancer, Sam Asghari on the 10th of June this year.
Britney is known for being flamboyant and “in her own bubble”. These characteristics are obvious in her social media posts, especially on Instagram. It’s through her posts that she flaunts her dance moves and minimally censored naked pictures. As proud as she is of her body, her sons do not share the same feeling.
Kevin claimed that while Preston and Jayden are happy for their mother, they choose not to see her as they are embarrassed by her explicit photos. He says it is one of the hardest experiences to witness their teenage sons undergo torment for their mother’s actions and tries to justify her by saying “Look, maybe that’s just another way she tries to express herself.”
Meanwhile, Britney’s husband Sam Asghari has jumped to her defense by releasing a public statement on his Instagram story saying “To clarify, my wife has never posted a nude selfie except for her butt, which is modest these days. All other posts were implied nudity, which can be seen in any ad for lotion or soap.”
He then goes on to diss K-Fed stating “There is no validity to his statement regarding the kids distancing themselves, and it is irresponsible to make that statement publicly. The boys are very smart and will be 18 soon to make their own decisions and may eventually realize the “tough” part was having a father who hasn’t worked much in over 15 years as a role model.”
Sam has justified Britney’s photos as “an expression of newly found freedom” following the release from her 13-year-long conservatorship and maintains that her sons should be proud of her.
He then concludes on a positive note with “Eventually if not already they will realize their mother’s choices are harmless and an expression of newly found freedom. There is nothing to be embarrassed about just lots of things to be proud of.”