Britney Spears fans say bad things about K-Fed.

Britney Spears fans were upset with her ex-husband Kevin Federline after he said that the pop star’s father “saved” her by putting her in conservatorship.

In a controversial interview with 60 Minutes Australia, the singer and former backup dancer said that the Hold Me Closer singer’s family was “trying to help” her with the legal issue.

Fans of the “Princess of Pop” were upset by what K-Fed said, and they called him “ignorant” and “selfish” for wanting to make money off of Spears.

This needs a lot more research. “The book is very wrong about the facts and tells the story of the case from the point of view of the person who oversaw, supported, and benefited from the conservatorship,” a fan wrote on Twitter.

Another follower said, “You chose to stay in the dark because it makes you feel better about your role in the guardianship.” The tweet ended with, “This is toxic.”

“They used those kids and you to keep her in it,” it said.

“It’s a mistake to believe this man,” said someone else who backs Spears. Kevin only thinks about his money. Britney’s life went downhill because of him. Kevin is only interested in making money off of Britney. He doesn’t care about how she is doing.

It’s not at all good. You seem to be defending the guardianship. They stole tens of millions of dollars from her. “It’s trickery and slavery,” said one person.

When asked if Spears’s father did the right thing by setting up the conservatorship, Federline said, “Yes, 100 percent. I feel like he saved her back then.”

He said, “I had nothing to do with how the conservatorship came to be. That was what I did during the 13-year guardianship. I’m not sure.

They worried about their daughter and did all they could to help her. He said, “I only knew that.”

In 2004, Spears married Federline. In 2006, they broke up. The two kids, Sean Preston and Jayden James, are the children of the two ex-couples.

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