Last year, Britney spoke out in court on her father's alleged oppressive and abusive levels of control during the 13-year conservatorship, claiming she was forced to work excessive hours and banned from getting married or having her birth control device removed. However, Jayden believed his grandfather was doing his best to be a good parent in a difficult situation.
"At first, he was just trying to be like any father letting her pursue her daughter's dream of becoming a superstar but I did think maybe the conservatorship went on too long," he said in a recent interview. "Probably why my mom was very angry about the whole situation that she was working for too long and I personally think she was. She should have taken a break and relaxed."
"I love him, with all my heart," Jayden added. "He was just trying to be a father."
The teenager also explained that the family that the "Baby, One More Time" singer is regularly slamming on her social media are not the same people he knows in his own life, sharing memories of his Uncle Bryan, who he stated is always eager to "go and play ball in the park," and his "really nice" Memow Lynne.
"Whenever I see her, she cares about me. They are not bad people!" he emphasized. "They know what we are going through now. They want our future to be what we want it to be."
"They just want to watch over us," Jayden continued. "Memow and Uncle Bryan are a good part of our lives. They have taught me how to deal with things."
As OK! previously reported, Jayden opened up about his strained relationship with the Princess of Pop, clarifying that while he has "no hate" for his mom, it will still take "a lot of time and effort" to piece back together their relationship.
"I just want her to get better mentally," he shared. "When she gets better I really want to see her again."
DailyMail was first to report Jayden's thoughts on Jamie and the conservatorship.