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In a series of audio posts shared on her Instagram, Britney Spears discusses her messy relationship with 16-year-old Sean Preston and 15-year-old Jaden James, boldly claiming she won’t see them until she Don’t feel valuable.

In an explosive interview with Australia’s “60 Minutes”, Jaden discussed his rocky relationship with his mother, which was very disappointing for Spears.


Spears can be heard saying in an Instagram, “Now with my kids, claiming ‘She’s not good enough. She wants attention,’ yah, I wanna listen, and I’m angry And I subconsciously want to hurt people because I’m so f—–g angry.” She then directly tells her two sons, whom she shares with ex-husband Kevin Federline, “But I’m afraid to inform you guys, I’m not ready to see you until I feel valued.” Don’t do it.”

Spears later shared that she was “told you guys blocked me” about Shawn and Jaden.

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The “Oops! … I Did It Again” singer elaborated on her past habits as a mother, “I was desperate to see you guys, and I wanted to see you guys so bad, But honestly I should have valued myself. More and more and told you guys when I was available.”

“I paid so much attention to you guys, it was pathetic,” Spears said of her sons.

Despite a stoic attitude not to see her children, Spears later apologized to her sons for telling her something related to religion that should have been shared with their estranged father, Jamie.

Britney Spears and Kevin Federline have two sons, Jaden James and Sean Preston.

The seemingly bizarre series of posts exposed Spears’ pain, however, when she shared her heartbreak over an altercation with her two children. “Ever since they’re gone, I’ve honestly felt like a huge part of me has died… like I literally have no purpose anymore.”

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Britney Spears is known for posting emotionally charged posts on her Instagram and later deleting them.

Spears continued, “They were my joy, they were my everything. I look forward to seeing them — that was what I lived for. And then all of a sudden, they left… and I was like, ‘ Will my heart stop beating?’ And honestly – I don’t understand how it’s so easy for them to just cut me off like that?”

A representative for Spears and Federline did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.