The grandmother of Chris Brown‘s only daughter, Royalty, aired him out on social media after he petitioned a judge to set child support and child custody arrangements for him to see his daughter. In court documents, Brown complained bitterly that Nia Guzman refuses to allow him to see his daughter, whom he dotes on.
Brown told the court that he pays Guzman $2,500 a month as previously agreed upon. But now Guzman wants him to cut her a check for $15,000 a month — an ungodly figure for a 1-year-old.
As we know, judges are more partial to male celebrities in child custody disputes with groupies and former strippers.
Maybe that’s why Brown’s groupie baby mama and her mother (who probably gave birth to Nia when she was 12) put him on blast on social media.
They know that a judge (especially a male judge) is liable to favor Brown in any custody and child support dispute — just as other judges have favored rapper Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and singer Usher Raymond in their custody disputes with their broke baby mamas.
I’m not sure why idiots take their personal drama to social media. Are they that desperate for external validation from a bunch of strangers? That’s what the telephone was made for. Social media should not be a platform to air out your family’s dirty laundry.
Do they ever stop to think that the judge or someone from CPS might be reading their immature ratchet posts online?
I hope someone sends screen captures of this drama to the judge and to child protective services. No one in that family has Royalty’s best interests at heart, except maybe her father.
Royalty’s grandmother just started a lot of mess on Instagram and now everyone is jumping in the drama. Royalty’s grandmother says Chris Brown needs to give them money for security so Royalty can be protected. However, Chris says he provides Royalty’s mother enough money to be able to get the things Royalty needs. Nia Guzman then jumped into the drama and basically said Chris was lying and she couldn’t control her mother actions. Check it out below and drop a comment.