At first Chris Brown wanted Nia Guzman to move to LA with their daughter, Royalty, but now he’s telling her that she should stay in Houston. HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE details on why he won’t force her to move out west with him!
A few months ago, Chris Brown, 26, was desperate to be near his daughter, Royalty, and begged Nia Guzman, 31, to move her to LA, but now he thinks that’s not such a great idea and has stopped pressuring her to move. But why? Don’t worry, HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop on why little Royalty won’t be moving to her daddy’s city any time soon.
What caused the turn around in CB’s thinking? “At first, he wanted to move them to Los Angeles so they could be close and he could see Royalty on a daily basis, but he’s coming to realize that’s probably not best. Nia’s family is in Texas and her side of the family has been really instrumental in helping with Royalty and Chris knows that’s important,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com.
“Besides, he’s about to go on tour and won’t be able to spend as much time as he’d like to with Royalty.” We’re glad that Chris could realize that if he can’t be in Royalty’s life every day, then someone sure needs to be. He’s really putting her first!
However, another reason to keep Nia out of California is that having her so close might be too painful a reminder for the real love of Chris’s life, Karrueche Tran. KT was quick to get out of her relationship with Breezy when she learned that he had a child with another woman, and rightfully so. “No doubt his heart is broken. He’s finally on the opposite side and knows what it feels like to be hurt,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY, regarding Chris and his on-off girlfriend. “But there’s nothing he can do about it other than learn from his mistakes, and he’s doing that. He knows that he caused this by lying and cheating, and in actuality, he knows he doesn’t deserve Karrueche.”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are Nia and Royalty better off staying in Texas? Sound off in the comments below!
— Alex Cramer