K Fed in Fast Food Fury
Britney's ex says sorry for upsetting burger flippers...
Kevin Federline has been forced to apologise to fast food workers after his first TV advert sparked outrage.
The commercial for a big US financial company, features the line "Life comes at you fast" and shows Kev dreaming of being a rap star only to snap out of it and realise he's woking as a burger flipper.
But while a leading restaurant association in the States has asked for the ad to be pulled on the grounds it's insulting, K-Fed says the only person it's poking fun at is HIM.
He said, "This is like my own personal life, I am making fun of me. I am not making fun of other people or that situation at all.
"It is not intentionally directed towards somebody who's working at a restaurant. I came from there. I've worked in fast food before, I've worked in a pizza place."
The wannabe rapper said he thought the idea for the ad summed up his own life - from working on the minimum wage to where he is today.
He also took the opportunity amid the fast food furore to announce he won't be talking about his personal life anymore.
"I am focusing on my work and that is what I think people should really start to focus on about me," he said.
The controversial ad is due to premiere on US TV this Sunday (February 4) during the live NFL Super Bowl - but you can get a taster (ber dum) of it here.