Jennifer Lopez Messages Britney Spears Amid K-Fed Feud

Jennifer Lopez has sent Britney Spears a note of support as the pop star continues to bump heads with her ex and the father of her two sons, Kevin Federline.

“Stay [strong]’, Lopez, 53, wrote on her Instagram stories when she re-shared a post from the ‘Stronger’ singer, featuring a photo of the two performers attending the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards.

Spears quotes J. Lo in the original Friday night post as she ponders “independence” and “equality.”

“In a world where you have the right to use your feet … heart ❤️ … mouth 👄 … eyes 👀 … and body… to express yourself however you may 😁 !!! Declaration of Independence … for equality and to be equal 🤝 !!! Not even touching, covering and holding against my will for 4 months!!!,” Spears, 40, captioned a clip of herself waving as she stared into the camera, scored on her 2002 hit, “Boys.”

Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez
Lopez shared the above photo of the two singers attending the 2001 MTV VMAs.

“As Jennifer Lopez once said,” she continued, “look right into that camera and tell every little girl in the world to get loud and never go back and shed light on injustice” ☺️!!! here to share that freedom is a state of mind!!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL❤️❤️❤️ Psss I shot this today!!!”

Lopez also dropped three heart emojis in Spears’ comment section.

Britney Spears.
Spears has found support in J. Lo as she continues to argue with her son’s father.

Spears recently explained how hard it was co-parenting with Federline after sharing in a preview for an ITV interview that their sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, decided not to see their mother for “a few months”. calling the claims “hurtful” on Instagram, later adding that her sons would act “hateful” towards her during visits.

K-Fed responded by posting videos of private moments with their boys when they were 12 and 11, a move Spears’ lawyer called a “breach” of their family’s privacy.

Britney Spears.
Spears goes back and forth with ex Federline all week.
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“Whether he realizes it or not, Mr. Federline has not only violated the privacy and dignity of the mother of his children, he has also undermined his own children, whose privacy he should protect,” attorney Mathew Rosengart told Vidak For Congress.

The pair of exes are still at odds, with a Federline source telling Vidak For Congress that “posting the videos wasn’t about making her look bad or mean, but more about reminding people that she’s legitimately a have a mental illness and [Federline and the sons] worry it won’t be checked.”

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