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Jennifer Lopez Sends Message To Britney Spears Despite Kevin Federline Feud

As the pop diva and the dad of her two sons, Kevin Federline, continue to argue, Jennifer Lopez sent a support message to Britney Spears.

Jennifer Lopez, 53, re-shared a picture from the “Stronger” singer that included a photo of the two performers attending the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards and added on her Instagram stories, “Stay [strong],” as she did.

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In her original Friday night post, Spears quotes Jennifer Lopez as she muses on “freedom” and “equality.”

In a world where you have all your organs working perfectly and your body functioning properly, you can express yourself whatever you like. It is the independence for equality and for being equal. Britney captioned a clip of her with all these words and said that she had not been touched or held against her will for even four months.

Britney Spears Talks About Jennifer Lopez In Talk Of Town Clip: 

She continued quoting JLo; as Jennifer Lopez has said once, you should look straight at the camera and tell the little girls of the world that they should be loud and should never go back to shed any light upon injustice. Britney said she is here to share that freedom and to tell everyone that freedom is one’s state of mind.

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Lopez reacted to the clip as she commented on three heart emojis under Britney’s post.

Spears recently discussed how difficult it has been to co-parent with Federline after he revealed in a preview for an ITV interview that his sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, decided “not to see” their mother for “a few months.” She called the comments “hurtful” on Instagram and subsequently added that her sons would act “hateful” towards her during visits.

In response, K-Fed published footage of their boys’ private interactions when they were 12 and 11, which Spears’ counsel called a “violation” of their privacy.

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