Chris Brown apparently wants to be very involved in his alleged daughter's life.
Chris Brown’s alleged daughter’s name has been revealed.
Earlier this week it was reported the 25-year-old singer is father to a nine-month-old girl. Her mother is said to be a 31-year-old former model called Nia, who has been close to the R&B bad boy for years.
TMZ has now claimed to have uncovered the tot’s name, with her mom apparently calling her Royalty. It’s unknown if Chris helped to pick the name, although he and Nia are said to be on good terms. According to the site, he regularly speaks to her on the phone and is hoping to help raise Royalty. Nia and the baby live in Texas, with Chris reportedly planning to jet there as much as possible so he is involved in the child’s life.
While the news shocked Chris’ fans, his on/off girlfriend Karrueche Tran was also said to be dumbfounded. It’s claimed she knew nothing of Royalty’s existence until just before the story broke this week.
She appeared to confirm Chris has become a father via her Twitter account yesterday, while also implying they are no longer together.
“Listen. One can only take so much. The best of luck to Chris and his family. No baby drama for me,” she wrote, alongside an emoticon of a baby.
Karrueche isn’t the only one who has issues with Chris at the moment either. Model Chrissy Teigen appears to have angered the star in some way as he has blocked her on Twitter. She announced this on the social media site, posting a screenshot which said she’d been blocked alongside a sad face.
While many of her fans thought this was hilarious, Chris’ weren’t so happy. Chrissy received a barrage of abuse online, prompting her to hit back earlier today.
“I stopped believing you guys are really this aggro all the time and are just bored. It makes me feel better,” she wrote.
“Oh god you’re exhausting. My fault for forgetting “teams” still exist. I gotta stop giving these people attention. They’re calling their cousins and sh*t like its a holiday when I respond (sic)."
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Thursday, 05. March 2015