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Chris Brown & Baby Royalty

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Just when we thought Breezy was done with the messiness.

While you were out enjoying your barbecues and 3-day weekends, Chris Brown was getting his name tied up in all kinds of drama.

First, his daughter’s mother, Nia Guzman, claimed that the singer hasn’t paid child support for their adorable daughter Royalty since March! According to TMZ, Chris was supposed to be paying only $2,500 a month. Now we know that’s a lot of money for regular folks like us, but to Breezy it’s basically a drop in the bucket. So we’re over here like, what the hell Chris, just pay it!

But Chris’ camp says it’s not his fault and it’s that Guzman is being money-hungry, demanding $15K monthly. And because of that drama, lawyers are getting involved.

Everything looks ok in the pictures we’ve seen of Breezy and his baby and it genuinely seems like he wants to be a part of her life, so we’re pretty sure there is more to the story on both sides. Hopefully they’ll settle that soon.

Because, hey, this next part of the story seems like Chris has plenty on his plate to deal with already. And of COURSE Karrueche is involved.

So it all started when Chris’ perennially-off-and-on-again boo thang was spotted on the mean streets (and by streets we mean Instagram feeds) Saturday with sexy chocolate aka Tyson Beckford.

And like any man would, Breezy got extra jealous and started talking reckless.

According to TMZ, Chris tweeted gems like “U wanna keep walking them runways. I need ta legs for that. Keep playing like I ain’t wit the bulls***.”

He quickly deleted them, but not before Tyson got a hold of them and decided to flex his own social media muscle, doing the whole subtle shade thing.  He wrote, “It’s all about fun in Vegas, come thru papa.” Tyson then posted a video of him shooting guns. Because that’s what grown-ups do, right? (side-eye)

Then Chris followed up with this:

(Rolls eyes)

Seriously guys, should we just pull out the rulers and get the real competition over with?

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