Chris Brown’s Song Lyric Change: Baby Girl Inspires Him To Clean Up Language
Wow, Chris has definitely grown up fast since becoming a father! A source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively that his baby girl has changed him in a major way — including his perspective about his choice of lyrics.
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“The baby has humbled him in a way and he regrets some of the music he‘s made, particularly the words he‘s used to describe women,” our insider revealed. “He really doesn’t want to continue making music where he‘s calling women b**ches and hoes and other derogatory words.”
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That sounds like the right call — clearly a mature move on Chris’s part. “It’s been getting under his skin when he‘s performed “Loyal” and “Ayo” and other songs on his tour because he‘s straight up dogging women in the lyrics. He would hate for someone to one day call his daughter a b*tch or a hoe,” our source continued. “That would make him very upset and he would have a big problem with someone disrespecting his daughter.”
That’s not all! “Everyday he realizes he‘s a father, to a girl no less, and he wants to start making changes to raise his girl right and to be a good example of a man.”
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Not only is Chris taking the high road when it comes to his music, but as HollywoodLife.com previously reported, he is also refusing to blast Royalty’s mom, Nia Amey for leaking the news.
“He’s not mad, he’s tired of being mad,” a source exclusively revealed. “Mad isn’t going to do anything but piss her off. He doesn’t know what she’s capable of doing. After all, she blew the can off this by opening her mouth in the first place.”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Chris should clean up the lyrics used in his songs? Has Chris changed for the better since becoming a father? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Caitlin Beck, Reporting by Eric Ray