Britney Spears Slaps Back at Jayden, 15, for ‘Undermining’ Her and Complaining

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Britney Spears with kids at the Teen Choice Awards, Press Room, Los Angeles, USA - 16 August 2015

Britney Spears, Jayden James Federline, Sean Federline and niece Lexi Teen Choice Awards, Press Room, Los Angeles, USA - 16 August 2015

Britney Spears with her sons Sean Preston and Jayden Federline at 'The Smurfs 2' Film Premiere, Los Angeles, USA - 28 July 2013

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Britney Spears The son did not hold back on his latest message in response Jayden, 15, following her recent interview with father Kevin Federline. The pop star, 40, suggested that her ex and young son – who also spoke on behalf of his brother – Sean, 16 — did so only for money. “So Jayden, as you underestimate my behavior just like my whole family always has, ‘I hope she gets better, I’ll pray for her,'” she said in a two-minute audio clip posted to Instagram on Monday, Sept. 5. .

“Pray for what? I keep working so I can pay mom’s legal fees and her house? Do you want me to keep getting better so I can pay your dad 40 grand a month?” He moved on before the bombing charges came down. “Or the reason you decide to hate it is because it’s actually over in two years and you get nothing?” asked the Kentwood, LA native. His two-year timeline is a factor, as Jayden turns 16 in just a few days — meaning his 18th birthday is two years away. Sean turns 17 next week, which means he’s now a year shy of his 18th birthday. Child support usually ends when a minor child reaches adulthood.

In a headline-making interview, Jayden reveals why he and his brother didn’t attend Britney’s wedding to Sam Asghari, his feelings about her social media accounts and how he Looking at the future of their relationship.

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