Kevin Federline And Jamie Spears Are Teaming Up To Write A Book About Fatherhood
Now that Jamie Spears isn’t able to skim off the top of Britney Spears’ fortune anymore and Kevin Federline is exactly one Popozão away from his and Britney’s sons aging out of their child support, it was time for Jamie and Kevin to frantically secure that bag by any means necessary. And since two dickheads are better than one, they’ve teamed up to “write” a book on fatherhood because Al Bundy and Jack Torrance must be busy.
Though I would imagine there will be chapters on “How To Change A Long-Overfilled Diaper Without Ashing in Your Baby’s Mouth,” “Deposing Your Daughter,” and “Boat-Buying 101,” Page Six said that the book plans are in motion, but didn’t give much detail on the conversation that led to this perplexing idea or any specific contents of the book.
Britney Spears’ ex-husband is “writing a book on his experience of fatherhood” — and the pop star’s estranged dad has “agreed to help,” journalist Daphne Barak revealed.
Kevin and Jamie had a contentious relationship after Jamie was slapped with a restraining order that restricted him from having contact with his grandsons–but it just expired–so the art of the grift must have brought the two dubious dads together.
In September 2019, Federline obtained a restraining order against Jamie after the Spears family patriarch allegedly abused his grandson Sean Preston, whom the former backup dancer shares with Britney.
While Jamie was not hit with criminal charges over the incident, the protective order prevented him from seeing Preston, 17, and the former couple’s other son, Jayden James, 16, for three years.
“I miss my two boys really, really bad. I do,” Jamie told Barak in his first interview in a decade. “We were very, very close… It’s been a tough three years without them.”
Jamie recently just found his voice again and immediately used it, saying that he doesn’t know if Britney would still be alive had he not put her under a conservatorship back in 2008. He also uttered the understatement of the millennium.
Jamie described his family as “a mess…”
“All I can say is that most people don’t have a clue what the truth is.”
KFed does have seven kids (with three different women), so perhaps his angle in all of this will be the actual physical act of fathering children. While we anxiously await Kanye West to announce his book on diversity and inclusion, I’m fixin’ to gather all of my ingredients for Daddy Spears’ Special Sprinkle Cheese Grits (which will surely be included in the book as his only memorable contribution as a father), so I can serve them at my viewing party for when Britney inevitably goes scorched-earth about all of this on Instagram.
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