BRITNEY SPEARS’ YOUNGEST SON IMPLIES HIS MOTHER MAY QUIT MUSIC

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While everyone in Britney’s camp has been keeping quiet in regards to her conservatorship and the future of her music career, clearly her youngest son Jayden James Federline, 13, didn’t get the memo.

Jayden took to Instagram Live this week and had some pretty strong words towards his grandfather Jamie Spears (who is Britney’s conservator), saying, “He’s a pretty big d—k. He’s pretty f—king gay as s—t. He can go die.” He also gave his opinion of his mother’s boyfriend Sam Asghari, praised his grandmother Lynne Spears, and implied that his mother may never perform again.

Word on the street is that Britney has not seen Jayden’s Instagram Live Q&A where he’s spilling all kinds of juicy family tea, but his father Kevin saw it, and is not pleased at all.

“It’s the result of a 13-year-old acting like a 13-year-old,” Los Angeles family law attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told Page Six on Wednesday. “Kevin is handling it like a responsible parent.”

Honestly, as much as I loved Britney back in the day and grew up on her music, I’m perfectly okay with her not performing on stage or recording new music. I still believe she hasn’t fully recovered mentally from her breakdown back in 2007, and clearly the vultures of this business took the joy out of something she once loved, which is performing. I feel Britney should just live her life, co-raise her sons with Kevin (who has 70% custody, BTW) because dealing with two teenage boys is a lot, and being hands-on as a parent is far more important than being treated like a piece of pop property.

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