Chris Brown Bashes Mothers Who Use Children for ‘Meal Tickets’
Chris Brown is using his Twitter fingers to voice his opinion about the ongoing custody battle he's enduring with his daughter's mother, Nia Guzman.
The singer headed to social media Thursday night (Aug. 6) to vent about the situation. "Some men my age run from their responsibility as fathers. I embrace mine. Just sucks that some females use children as meal tickets," he tweeted.
"Using a child as leverage is never ok. The highest praise to the men who actually want their kids," the "Forever" crooner continued.
The tweets come after Guzman apparently filed for supervised visitation for when their 1-year-old daughter, Royalty, is with Brown.
But the X creator, who has accused Guzman and her mom of using Royalty to attempt to get more money out of him, isn't having it.
Back in March, Royalty's mom filed for an increase in child support payments, which would have Breezy shell out $15,000 per month, rather than $2,500 per month.
Brown filed for joint custody in April, but the two parents are still working things out in court. But, according to a family lawyer, Scott Weston, Guzman may get what she wants.
"Then the court is going to look at this rule; the child is entitled to live a lifestyle that is in accordance with both parents. The questions would arise: Mr. Brown, let’s see what kind of lifestyle this child, albeit 1 [years old], is living? How big is your home? How much would it cost to rent your home? Do you have household help? How much are you paying for that help? Where are you shopping for her clothes? Those kind of things," Weston told The Boombox.
A month ago, Nia's mother decided to use social media to share her opinion about how her granddaughter should be raised. “She needs security even when she’s with Nia, she needs to go to private school and she needs to live in a gated community for his own daughter’s safety,” wrote Nia's mother on Instagram.
But the Grammy Award-winning entertainer wasn't having it. "Obviously you aren't looking out for my daughter by putting personal issues up on Instagram," wrote Brown in the comments. "No kid needs 4k a week. Especially when I have her 2weeks out of the month."
Guzman denied that Brown was paying $4,000 per week and that he was spending two weeks of the month with baby Royalty.
Check out his tweets below.
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