Bristol Palin‘s new PSA for May’s National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month that features her son Tripp has his dad, Levi Johnston, speaking out.
“Every time I tried to put him on TV she’d flip out — but it is nice to see him on there; he’s happy and he’s looking good,” Levi told Entertainment Tonight in an interview that airs tonight. “[Bristol is] sending out a good message.”
“Telling people how tough it is — I know when I have him it is tough,” Levi said of the PSA message. “It’s not about you at all; you’ve got to watch him constantly. But it’s amazing, too. I wouldn’t go back and change it for anything. I love it.”
“It’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me, so I’m sure [Bristol's] thinking the same thing,” he added.
Levi and Bristol’s relationship has been improving, but he’s still trying for joint custody.
“[She] and I talk quite a bit more now. I get Tripp at least once a week now, and things are definitely 100 percent better than they were,” he said. “I’m just kind of playing by her rules until I have him.”
“I’m going for [joint custody]; I’d never go full custody,” he explained. “I wouldn’t try and do what she’s doing to me. I wouldn’t want to do that to a mother. It’s just not right, anyway.”
Sounds like they may be in agreement over the new PSA teenage pregnancy prevention message, but still have some other things to come to terms on!
Tune in to Entertainment Tonight on Thursday, April 8!