Britney Spears’ letter to son Jayden after his mental health comment
The pop star wrote an open letter to her son Jayden James Federline and posted it online. A recent interview in which Britney’s son commented on his mother’s mental health prompted Britney to write a lengthy message explaining her position. During an interview, Jayden reportedly told Daily Mail that he had “no hate” toward his mom, and he continued, “I 100% think this can be fixed. It’s just going to take a lot of time and effort. I just want her to get better mentally. When she gets better I really want to see her again,” Jayden said. In addition, he explained why he and his brother Sean Preston were absent from their mother’s wedding to Sam Asghari in June. “It was not a good time to go at the moment. Not that I am not happy for her, of course. I am thrilled for them, but I can not imagine a nice ending had it been just me and Preston invited.”
in response to her son’s claim. Britney Spears detailed her problems while under her father’s supervision, which caused much controversy. “I’ve tried my best at being the best person I can be… To be basically held hostage in homes under nurses and b* I hope my kids one day understand my reasoning of my play in water revealing myself as any woman would being held under blankets and supervision under the conservatorship,” Britney D. penned.
In November of 2021, a judge in Los Angeles ended the conservatorship that had been held by the singer’s father. Britney wrote to her son Jayden during her conservatorship, “Finally at 40 without the restraints of what my family did to me I say to my son Jayden that I send all the love to you in the world everyday for the rest of my life.” Expressing her love for her children, Britney wrote: “My love for my children has no boundaries and it deeply saddens me to know his outcry of saying I wasn’t up to his expectations of a mother and maybe one day we can meet face to face and talk about this openly. Maybe dear child you can explain to me why our family would do that to anyone.”
Britney Spears stated in reference to Jayden’s father, Kevin Federline, her ex-husband: “I helped your father, who hasn’t had a job in 15 years…
I assume it is easier for you guys to not have someone check on you to make sure you are doing your homework. I am sure the standards of your dad smoking weed everyday benefits your daily life at 15 to partake in a very cool generation. I completely understand your need to live with your father as I had to play the perfect role for 15 years for absolutely nothing.”
Britney addressed a heartfelt letter to her son Preston, who has yet to make a public remark, in which she expressed her affection: “I’m so happy I was able to carry 4 tours, judge X Factor and way more. I did that for you and Preston… I’m aware of your gift. I know you are a teacher in my life and dear child, I’m a teacher for you as well. It’s horrible to see your dad be a hypocrite and say the media is horrible yet he has you talking about personal matters to them. If you could pause for a second, remember where you came from. I hope you can look in the mirror and remember… You are my child and always will be. Since Preston didn’t speak, I send my love. I would love nothing more than to see you two face to face. Keep playing your gift on the piano. You and your brother are both brilliant and I am so proud to call you both mine.”
As Britney Spears signed off, she responded to Jayden’s remark about his mental health. She penned, “As for my mental health, my dear child understand you must learn to pick up a book and read one before you resort to even thinking about questioning my intellect sweetheart. Tell your father to go try and at least mow the lawn. Pss if you can honestly sit back and say with your sensible brilliant mind what memaw and pawpaw did to me was fine and call them.. Not bad people… Then yes I have failed as a mother and hopefully that’s a chat for you and your father to sit face to face and try to learn what’s good.”