Sam Asghari again disputes claims of ex-husband Kevin FederlineofBritney Spearsthat his sons were chosen Don't meet your mother with naked Instagram posts.
Federline, who was married to Spears from 2004 until 2007, recently revealed in an interview with ITV that her two teenage sons have distanced themselves from Spears, saying that 6 Sam revealed that she chose not to attend her wedding to Asghari, which took place in May.
The singer also said her sons Sean, 16, and Jayden, 15, were "painful" to see her mother sharing nude photos online. He claimed that he did, adding: to go to high school.
Following her allegations, the "Toxic" singer responded to Federline's "hurtful" comments with a statement posted on her Instagram story. rice field. “It makes me sad to hear that my ex-husband decided to discuss the relationship between me and my children.
"The fact that the reason is based on my Instagram … long before Instagram came along … I gave them my all.” Just one word: HURTFUL."
Sam Asghari also hit back at Spears' ex-husband,sharing two separate posts about Federline on his Instagram. "His statement that children are distancing themselves has no validity, and it is irresponsible to make that statement public," Asgari wrote. Good luck, you'll soon be 18 and you'll make your own decisions, and you may eventually find that being a role model for your father, who hasn't worked much in over 15 years, has been "hard". I can't. "He continued. "Kevin's gravy train is almost over. That probably explains the timing of these hurtful remarks."
Now Asghari defends his wife. , this time calling out Federline's allegations that Spears' sons were embarrassed by naked photos of her. Inside, she expressed her continued support for Spears' "positive body image" and said her sons should be "proud" of their mother's Instagram photos.
"Even if it were true that her children were ashamed of their mother's choices and had positive body image, they wouldn't be the first teenagers to be ashamed of their parents." "Most kids embarrass their parents at some point," he wrote. It's a story that's been used over and over again."
"In the end, you'll still find your mother's choice harmless and a newfound expression of freedom," he said. added. "There is nothing to be ashamed of, just a lot to be proud of."