Britney Spears’ son Jayden Federline slams grandfather Jamie: ‘He could go die’

Britney Spears‘ 13-year-old son, Jayden Federline, ripped into his grandfather Jamie Spears in a no-holds-barred rant on Instagram Live on Tuesday.

When a follower wrote, “kill your grandfather,” Jayden responded, “Bro, I was thinking the same thing,” in the almost 20-minute video. Jayden is the younger son of Britney and ex-husband Kevin Federline.

Then, when a fan asked the teen, “Is your grandpa a jerk?,” Jayden responded, “Yeah, he’s a pretty big d—k. He’s pretty f—king gay as s—t. He can go die.”

Jamie, 67, previously had conservatorship rights over his pop-star daughter for nearly a decade.

In 2019, fans formed the #FreeBritney movement, which claimed the singer’s social media was being controlled by her team. They also believed she was forced to seek mental health treatment against her will.

During his Instagram Live, Jayden denied that his mother was being controlled, but said he would open up more about her situation once he reached 5,000 followers.

Jayden said he last saw his mother two days prior to recording the video, but was currently staying with his dad, whom he praised.

“I have the best dad ever,” he said. “My dad is literally Jesus.”

Kevin, 41, has 70 percent custody of Jayden and his 14-year-old brother, Sean Preston Federline. Britney, 38, has 30 percent unsupervised rights.

Although Jayden slammed Jamie, he praised Britney’s boyfriend, Sam Asghari, saying he was “nice” and calling him a “really good dude.”

He also spoke highly of his maternal grandmother Lynn Spears, saying, “My grandma is literally the best grandma in the universe. All of my grandmas, actually.”

It’s no secret that Jamie has had tension with Britney’s sons in the past.

In September, Kevin accused Jamie of abusing Sean by putting his hands on him during an altercation. Sources told TMZ that Jamie allegedly broke down a door to get to the teenager during a fight and grabbed him.

Criminal charges were not filed against Jamie.

Kevin’s rep, Los Angeles family law attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan, exclusively told us at the time that it was not Kevin’s desire to see Jamie be prosecuted. He added, “The police report that he initiated was only for the purpose of obtaining protection orders for the children and those remain in place.”

Aside from Jayden’s rant about Jamie, the teen also commented on Britney’s music career, saying she may leave the industry. She has been on hiatus since she checked into a mental health facility last April.

“I haven’t seen her do a lot of new music at all,” Jayden said. “I remember one time I asked her, ‘Mom, what happened to your music?’ and she was, like, “I don’t know, honey. I think I might just quit it.”

He said he was shocked by her response, adding that he told her, “What are you saying? Do you know how much bank you make off of that stuff?”

Page Six has reached out to Britney and Kevin’s reps for comment.

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