While the custody fight between Britney Spears and Kevin Federline plays out in court, it appears the "star" plans to expose - in the form of "music" - some of the frustration she felt in her second marriage.
According to a source, "one of the most personal songs" in Spears' newest album, Blackout, which is scheduled for an October 30 release, was written by hit singer and producer Pharrell Williams - and is all about betrayal.
Called "Why Should I Be Sad," the track makes references to money, cars, and even other women. No, Kendra Jade is not specifically named.Â
As Britney Spears, 25, sings in one part of it: "It just seemed that Vegas ... only brought the playa out of you." Kevin Federline loves his Vegas, no doubt.
Pharrell Williams, 34, says of Britney Spears: "At the end of the day she is a sweet person. She's made a couple of decisions that none of us would necessarily agree with, but you try being that age and living under that kind of pressure. I wish her well. I pray for her. I hope she fares well throughout all of this craziness."
That's right, y'all. You try being 25 years old and putting on underwear each morning before you criticize Britney Spears. Got that?
A Spears source says "Why Should I Be Sad" is definitely about Britney and Kevin and "their relationship when they were married. Britney entertains the idea that she stayed home with [Sean and Jayden] while Kevin was out partying. The track will be very revealing for her fans."
Not as revealing as those upskirt pics. But close.