Britney Spears kept all the drama aside and wished her sons a ‘happy birthday.’ The singer took to her Instagram and shared two posts. She wished her sons a happy birthday in one of the posts, meanwhile, she wept as she danced in what she described as a therapeutic process in the other post. The Grammy-winning singer posted a photo in which she was posed between both of her sons, whom she shares with ex-husband Kevin Federline.
Both sons are set to celebrate their birthdays this week as Preston will turn 17 on Wednesday, while Jayden turn 16 on Monday. Spears captioned the post, “Happy birthday Preston and Jayden!!! Love you both so much!!! These photos are from last year!!!” For the unversed, Britney has recently been public about her tension with her children after Jayden shared in an interview that he was uncomfortable with her frequent social media posts.
He shared, “It’s almost like she has to post something on Instagram to get some attention.” However, Spears responded to her son in the since-deleted post that she was ‘angry’ about the comments, and was ‘not willing to see’ her sons until she feels ‘valued.’ She said that while she ‘was desperate’ she should have valued herself ‘way more’ in hindsight.
The singer took to her Instagram and said to Jayden, “You were just like my other family. You secretly loved looking at me like something was wrong with me,'” before asking, ‘Do you guys want me to get better so I can continue to give your dad 40 grand a month?'” Spears then talked about becoming an atheist due to what she’s endured in her conservatorship, which ended last year, and how she’s been treated by her kids and family, stating that her father Jamie, ‘Needs to be in jail for the rest of his life.’
The Grammy winner singer continues, “But like I said, God would not allow that to happen to me if a God existed. I don’t believe in God anymore because of the way my children and my family have treated me. I’m an atheist.” Britney also addressed Jayden directly in a now-deleted audio clip, saying, “So Jayden, as you undermine my behaviour just like my whole family always has, with ‘I hope she gets better’ and ‘I will pray for her’ ‘Pray for what? That I keep working so I can pay off mom’s legal fees and her house?'”