Britney Spears' son Jayden spills tea about family during live IG: 'My mom might not make music'

Britney Spears (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Britney Spears (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Jayden Federline took to Instagram to clarify a few things about his family – something his parents might not be too happy about.

Britney Spears’s 13-year-old son, whom she shares with her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, revealed during his live Instagram video that his mother may no longer make any more music, TMZ reports.

During his Instagram live, Jayden said he was spending more time with his father. "I'm gonna visit her [Britney] in like a couple of weeks cause I'm with my dad right now. I'm doing pretty good," he said. The singer has 30% unsupervised rights, while Kevin has 70% custody, as previously reported by Channel24.

Jayden then expressed his dislike for his grandfather, Jamie Spears, even taking it as far as saying, "He can go die." This may be related to a fight that reportedly broke out between his grandfather and Sean, Jayden’s older brother.

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Jayden also revealed that he was fond of Britney’s model boyfriend, Sam, and adored his dad. "My dad's literally Jesus," he said referring to Kevin.

While Kevin has apparently condemned his son's public behaviour, as a parent he’s also understanding, reports say.

"We wouldn't anticipate seeing any further posts like that again," an insider said.

"He [Jayden] was experimenting on social media and he’ll learn from it. He doesn't understand the consequences, but hopefully, he will now," added the source on the 41-year-old’s thoughts about his son's behaviour, E! News reported.

"When your family is in the public eye it's a whole different ball game with what you can and can't share."

(Sources: TMZ, Page Six, Fox News, E! News, Channel24)

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