Chris Brown’s Daughter’s Name Is Royalty
Just yesterday, PopCrunch told you of how Chris Brown became a father – and now we have more details surrounding the situation. As you may know, when Brown’s girlfriend Karrueche Tran got the baby bombshell laid on her, she abruptly called time out on their relationship despite reports that they were engaged. She shared on Twitter, “Listen. One can only take so much. The best of luck to Chris and his family. No baby drama for me.”
Since the baby news has dropped, we have learned that Chris Brown’s daughter’s name is Royalty – and he fathered her with a model named Nia. We have yet to learn as to whether or not the tot has Brown’s last name, but TMZ reports that Royalty was conceived in the summer of 2013.
Nia gave birth to their daughter around nine months ago – leaving Karrueche Tran blindsided by the news. Apparently, Tran was unaware of the romantic liaison between Brown and the model and the news of a child came as a shock to not only her, but the rest of the world.
Tran immediately broke things off with Brown and was seen out and about with close friends – sending a message to Brown and any other interested parties – that she is one-hundred percent single and ready to mingle.
With regard to Chris Brown’s daughter, Brown will openly participate in raising Royalty with Nia. Nia and Royalty both currently live in Texas and Brown says that he will be there to parent her on a regular basis.
We have yet to learn whether or not a child support agreement will be hatched between the parents to ensure the well-being of their daughter, but we can imagine that’s currently in the works.
Chris Brown has a daughter – who even knew that he wanted children? We’re sure Karrueche Tran wasn’t expecting that bombshell to be dropped on her. We are even more positive that she didn’t expect to hear the news from the internet and not from Brown himself.
What do you think of Chris Brown as a father? Hopefully he will step up to the plate and do well by Royalty. Can Chris Brown step up and be a good father? Have your say in the comments section below.
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