Chris Brown has been airing a lot of his more personal business out on social media recently and continued to do so today by responding to the mother and grandmother of his baby girl, Royalty, via Instagram.
“Obviously you aren’t looking out for my daughter by putting personal issues up on Instagram,” Brown commented on a post made by Baller Alert. “I’m not gonna be disrespectful and rude about this becuz I know and they know I provide and take care of my daughter equally. I work and have a job and so will the mother.”
He would go onto explain why he filed recently for joint custody and why he shouldn’t have to make large child support payments citing that he sees his daughter just as much as his mother does.
“I filed for joint custody. ‘EQUAL’ custody,” he exclaimed. “No kid needs 4k a week. Especially when I have her 2weeks out of the month. So this is the last time I’m ever saying my peace on the issue. Let the courts handle everything else so we can handle the matter as civil adults.”
Guzman was reportedly looking for $15,000 a month in child support from Brown, which the singer apparently felt was too much. Chris Brown subsequently filed court documents to pay less and receive joint custody of Royalty. Nia originally tore apart Baller Alert’s posting on the matter calling it “false” and prompting her to relay her side of the story. She believes her daughter needs a large monthly sum to be able to afford private schooling, but denied the figures that were originally reported.
View screenshots of the dispute on Instagram below: