Chris Brown may not have a choice when it comes to being in the public eye, but he can choose to not have his daughter in the media. HollywoodLife.com has exclusively learned that Breezy won’t be parading his child around like other celebrities.
Chris Brown, 25, may be a new dad, but he already knows that there’s a right way and wrong way to raise a child in Hollywood. HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively that there is one celebrity couple who the singer won’t be looking at for pointers, Kanye West, 37, and Kim Kardashian, 34.
Chris Brown Doesn’t Want Royalty Raised Like North West
An insider tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively, “No disrespect to Kim or Kanye, Chris thinks they’re both talented and successful people at their respective craft. But as parents… he wouldn’t do half of the sh*t they do.” Ouch. We wonder how Kimye would feel if they heard this.
Our source went on to say, “Parading Royalty around and taking her to places she doesn’t have business being for the sole sake of having her photograph taken is not something Chris will be doing. That’s absolutely crazy to him and he doesn’t understand why anyone would use their child like that…. for fame and publicity.”
It’s great that Chris knows where to draw the line when it comes to having his daughter in the public eye.
“Chris already knows how vicious the business is and he wants to keep his daughter as fair away from it as possible,” adds our insider.
Chris Doesn’t Want Royalty To Feel ‘Entitled’
Chris also wants to make sure his daughter grows up into an independent woman.
“The last thing he wants is for his girl to grow up around a bunch of fake people who cater to her like she’s one of the Obama girls,” our insider went on to say. “Chris didn’t grow up like that and while he’s going to give Royalty ever advantage possible, he wants her to know that she’s not entitled to anything and that she will have to work in life.”
HollywoodLifers — do you think Chris has the right mentality about raising Royalty? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Brittany King Reporting by Eric Ray