Chris Brown sure knows how to make a headline — and a negative one, at that. On Friday, Chris Brown slammed Nia Guzman on Twitter claiming that she's using their daughter, Royalty, as a "meal ticket." Whoa. I guess someone isn't holding back their feelings, now are they? Brown wrote on Twitter, "Some men my age run from their responsibility as fathers. I embrace mine. Just sucks that some females use children as meal tickets." He continued, "Using a child as leverage is never ok. The highest praise to the men who actually want their kids."
For those unaware, in April 2015, it was revealed that Brown has a daughter with Guzman. Soon enough, he was being photographed with his little girl and seemingly taking his role as a father seriously. Well, there is definitely contention between Brown and Guzman. In addition to the singer blasting Guzman across social media, E! News reported Monday that the custody battle for Royalty is getting heated. Reportedly, Guzman wants Brown to have supervised visitation, because she doesn't believe he's responsible enough to take care of her by himself. If that isn't enough, in July 2015, TMZ reported Brown was trying to determine a clear custody agreement and Guzman was reportedly seeking $15,000 a month in child support.
Based on Brown's recent tweets, it does seem like he wants to be a good a father to Royalty — and good for him. However, when it comes to such personal issues involving parents and their child, I don't believe that either party should post angry messages online for the public to see, but rather work things out together in private. Thankfully, Royalty is only a year old and probably has no idea what is going on, because if she was older she would probably feel caught in the middle. Hopefully, Brown and Guzman will get things sorted out, and Brown will allow that to happen without making any further claims about Royalty's mother for the world to see.