Britney Spears’ Son Jayden Slams Grandfather, Says Mom ‘May Quit’ Music

Britney Spears’ 13-year-old son, Jayden Federline, went on an expletive-filled rant against his grandfather Jamie.

On Tuesday, the “...Baby One More Time” singer’s youngest child filmed an Instagram Live from father Kevin Federline’s residence.

When a follower reportedly wrote, “kill your grandfather,” the teenager responded, “Bro, I was thinking the same thing.”

When a different commenter asked Sean Federline’s brother, “Is your grandpa a jerk?,” he responded, “Yeah, he’s a pretty big ----. He’s pretty ------- gay as ----. He can go die.”

Last August, Jamie and one of his grandsons got into an alleged altercation in Ventura County.

Per a TMZ source in September 2019, Jamie, now 67, allegedly broke down a door to get to his grandson and grabbed him once he was in the room.

Because of the alleged incident, both Sean and Jayden were granted a restraining order against their grandfather in September, barring Jamie from contacting the two boys.

Ultimately, no criminal charges were filed against Jamie.

In his social media video, Jayden also revealed he is spending more time with his father, but plans to visit his mom soon.

"I'm gonna visit her in, like, a couple weeks 'cause I'm with my dad right now. I'm doing pretty good,” he said in the clip.

Jayden also confirmed that Britney may actually quit the entertainment industry.

"Actually, I haven't seen her doing a lot of music at all. I remember one time I asked her, 'Mom, what happened to your music?' And she was like, 'I dunno, honey. I think I might just quit it,’” he revealed. “And I was like, 'What? What are you saying? You know how much bank you make off that stuff?'"

Last May, Britney’s longtime manager, Larry Rudolph, told TMZ that his client is neither in the best mental nor physical shape to do another Las Vegas residency after her second one, “Britney: Domination,” was canceled earlier in January.

"As the person who guides her career — based on the information I and all of the professionals who work with her are being told on a need-to-know basis — from what I have gathered it's clear to me she should not be going back to do this Vegas residency, not in the near future and possibly never again,” Rudolph told the publication.


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