What is happening this summer??
Considering only a few weeks ago it was revealed that the former couple were buying a mansion together, this comes as a bit of surprise!
The 30-year-old confessed to IG:
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Kevin Federline has been looking for a job in radio and now he's got one, if he wants it.
A radio station near his hometown of Fresno, California, has offered him a temporary gig as a DJ.
CLICK HERE to read their job offer!
Somehow we don't think he'll take it. He's too lazy to travel.
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kevin federline gets job offer from
sacramento’s 107.9 the end
(Sacramento) 107.9 The End and “The Wake Up Call with Jason, Kelly and Gavin” have officially offered K-Fed (a.k.a. Kevin Federline) the chance to sit in for Gavin next week, and fill in for a full week this August on The End while “The Wake Up Call” is on vacation.
Today, it was learned that Britney Spear’s ex-husband, 29-year-old dancer and dad of four met with the program director of a Los Angeles radio station to talk about becoming a DJ. A source at the LA radio station confirms the meeting, but calls any discussions about Federline "informal." The source adds, "He really wants to be on radio. He's made that clear."
Well, K-Fed doesn’t need to wait around for that station when he has an offer on the table from Sacramento’s #1 Hit Music Station!
The End’s Morning Show – “The Wake Up Call” – is offering Mr. Federline a one-week fill in stint during their vacation in August, a reasonable salary to be determined at a future date, plus free housing accommodations inside the guest room of morning co-host Jason Barsky's Roseville home, provided that Mr. Federline is willing to feed and water Jason's 6 pound Jack Russell terrier named Maizee.
The End has always been a member of "Team Federline" and supports K-Fed's new career path as it will allow him to settle down and take better care of his family. It is the sincere hope of 107.9 The End that this opportunity serves as a stepping stone to bigger and better broadcasting opportunities down the road.