Friday, January 06, 2017

Chris Brown's Baby Mama Justifies Mayweather Post


Yesterday Chris Brown's baby mama Nia Guzman posted a picture of their daughter Royalty tagged with Floyd Mayweather's name on Instagram just as Soulja Boy announced Floyd would be training him for his big fight with Chris [click here if you missed that].

Nia justifies her actions claiming Floyd has been sponsoring her daughter for months...

In a post on Instagram Nia explains,


12 comments:

T said...

sponsoring her??

these greedy birds are gonna get enough of having their children around any and everyone for some bucks.

Anonymous said...

The fugg? Sponsoring? Sponsoring what exactly? So coz Chris refused to up the checks you pimping out his baby. I pity the child. Everyone of these other grown ass fools nid a belt to their *****

Anonymous said...

Sponsoring? Does she work? What does she do all day? So many unanswered questions...

Anonymous said...

This is what Chris gets for knocking up this whore. Fuckin retard.

Anonymous said...

@9:57am Couldn't agree more for some reason Chris thinks owning his mistakes then doing the same shit. Then owning his mistakes Rinse wash and repeat is being a man. Nope makes you look like a retard

Anonymous said...

Sponsoring? No bitch, you hoeing!

Candi Jimenez said...

She can spell!

Tippie Toes said...

Sponsoring is such a wrong term to use for this child. But hey everything seems wrong concerning her parents.

The King Of The Real said...

I cant wait to get rich and start sponsoring baby mamas

Anonymous said...

i agree that it's Chris fault and any other niggA THAT is out fucking women without a condom, and the end result r this. but this trick i just can't do, every opportunity to put this nigga down she's on, it's sad because the baby is well taken cared of, and she may not be getting what she wants out of him money wise, he's still doing his part. but these niggas love anyone outside of their own race.

Anonymous said...

baby momma is being "sponsored" because to hurt Chris.

Anonymous said...

you wouldn't need a sponsor for your daughter if you got a job

A job and child suppport = that's what dreams of made of

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