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K-Fed's "daddy fat"

11/16/2006 at 09:00 AM ET

Kevin Federline admits that he did suffer some side effects during his recently separated wife, Britney Spears’ pregnancy.

"I gain the sympathy weight. It’s daddy fat. It comes and goes."

The 28-year-old rapper/backup dancer has had plenty of chances to experience "daddy fat." He has four children, including Kori and Kaleb with ex-girlfriend Shar Jackson, and Sean Preston and Jayden with Britney.

Source: OK, Last Words, pg. 98

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Sabby on

Daddy fat! That’s funny. I didn’t see him that much during Britney’s pregnancy with Jayden James. I wonder if he gained a lot of weight during Shar’s pregnancy with their two kids.

erin on

daddy fat? yeah, that is so the least of his worries….

pink.lioness on

Never mind, he’s far too skinny anyway!

Karen on

I am sorry to hear that Kevin had such a difficult pregnancy. Did he also get swollen feet and sore, tender breasts?

Lee on

Oh he’s such the sensitive man. I wonder this though. How come he didn’t fight Shar for their kids? Is it possibley because her Moesha Money had run out?


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