Chris Brown may not be the best boyfriend, but BET reports the “Loyal” singer is trying to be the best father to daughter Royalty by baby-proofing his tour bus for his upcoming One Hell of a Nite tour.
One-year-old Royalty is said to be hitting the road with Daddy Brown to Texas. The Royalty Road Rules include no cursing and no drinking. Brown’s tour bus will also reportedly be a groupie-free zone, which should make Brown’s off-on-off-on-off-on-off-again model girlfriend Karrueche Tran very happy – if she’s taken the time from showing Brown what he’s missing to even notice.
Baby Royalty, who already owns a mini car collection complete with Lamborghini and Ferrari to match her dad, is also said to be getting her choice of Disney movies to keep her entertained while, according to Business Standard, Brown fights over child support money with his baby mama Nia Guzman and deals with never ending relationship woes with Karrueche Tran. Tran, who lives out her relationship drama with Brown on Instagram, blasted the bad boy dad earlier this week.
“Don’t be mad at me because our relationship is over due to your lack of loyalty.”
Ironically, Brown, who is scheduled to perform at the upcoming 15th Annual BET Awards, is up for a BET Award for best video for the song “Loyal,” which peaked at No.9 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and generated over 1 million downloads. Brown is also competing for the award for best collaboration for his work with rapper Rick Ross and fellow R&B crooner Usher on “New Flame.” Chris Brown is certainly relishing being a father, and may even bring the tiny tot on the red carpet with him as he did at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards.
Brown is also rumored to be working on a new track with British singer and 50 Shades of Grey cast member Rita Ora.
All in all Chris Brown keeps a good attitude about being in the spotlight and Instagram fodder as he told Billboard in his first post-jail interview last year.
“I just have to realize it comes with the territory in this day and age of social media. My age group and younger stay on the phone and Internet. It’s easy access. So I just like to focus on what I’m doing instead of getting caught up. Everybody gets caught up watching Instagram or whatever; they have jokes and all kinds of things. I can still engage in it but not participate in the negative side. Not everyone in the world is going to particularly love me. But I’m cool with that. As long as I love myself and my music, I’m fine. People are going to say what they want to say. So you just have to let it be.”
You can catch Chris Brown performing live at the BET Awards on Sunday, June 28 at 8 p.m. Tickets for Brown’s 25-city tour are on sale now.
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