Shar Jackson is not bitter.
In fact, she's sympathetic and supportive.
Why, we have no idea. Nor do we know what kind of name Shar is.
What we do know is that Kevin Federline's original baby's mama is finally speaking out about K-Fed and his wife, Britney Spears filing for divorce this week.
The ex-girlfriend and mother of two of Federline's children (Kori, 4, and Kaleb, 2), who the K-Hole left for Britney Spears while Shar was knocked up, says he and Brit should stay together for the sake of their kids.
"I hope that they are mature enough to realize that their differences come second to the needs of their children and that it is no longer about them as individuals, but about maintaining a healthy friendship/relationship for the sake of their children," Jackson said.
Jackson recently said she saw no obvious discord between the couple the last time she saw them on Halloween at Federline's album release party.
"They seemed happy to me. [Britney] gave me a hug and told me I looked cute," said Shar.
Jackson insists that she's not bitter towards Federline, 28, for leaving her for Spears. In fact, she feels sorry for him.
"He's such a nice guy. He's made some mistakes but everybody else doesn't have the whole world pointing their finger at their mistakes," she said.
Spears, 24, and Federline are both suing for custody of their two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James. It's already getting ugly, with Fed-Ex suing for custody (!?) of the two little guys and Britney reportedly allowing a magazine to run baby Jayden James pictures for free so as not to split any money with Kev.
"I don't know what their situation is or why he wants to get custody of his children other than the fact that he loves them," Jackson said. "Maybe, it goes deeper than that. Maybe it's because of all the press about her mothering."
When asked why the public seems to be delighting in K-Fed's split with Britney, Jackson responded, "I think part of it is because whether you know him or not, he has become almost a national joke."
Well put, Shar. Extremely well put.