Chris Brown further proved that his daughter Royalty is the light of his life by bringing her out at the end of his concert in Hollywood. Royalty didn’t want to sing, but that didn’t stop the crowd from going wild! Click through to watch the sweet moment!
This is so adorable! Chris Brown surprised his audience at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday, December 18 with a truly special guest: his daughter, Royalty, 1! After performing tracks from his new album, Royalty, he brought its namesake out on stage to join him in thanking his audience. Click through to watch Royalty’s concert debut!
“LA, I love you all so much. Thank you all for coming out. Get my new album in stores,” Chris told his audience while holding Royalty in his arms. “Say bye. You don’t want to say anything? Alright, she cool.” So cute! Some babies might have been scared by all that noise and so many people, but Royalty wasn’t fazed at all. She wasn’t too enthusiastic about helping Chris end the concert; she’d rather be home playing with her dad than doing this silly concert business! You can buy Chris’ new album RIGHT HERE!
Chris truly is making an effort to become the best dad possible for his little girl. Bringing his baby out on stage after a show? That’s a remarkably different Chris than the guy we’ve seen in the past. As HollywoodLife.com has previously told you, Chris has revamped his lifestyle drastically to ensure that Royalty grows up in a stable household with a happy father. No more partying, no more drinking, and no more cigarettes. Wow!
Chris has made major sacrifices, but they’re all worth it to him if he gets to see his daughter smile every day, and fall asleep every night with her wrapped up in his arms. Someone was probably exhausted after the concert and did just that! Chris is dedicated to cleaner living so that Royalty will always have her daddy by her side, even when she’s all grown up. We see a lot more concert cameos in this little one’s future!
HollywoodLifers, are you surprised that Chris brought Royalty out on stage with him? Tell us in the comments!