Chris Brown Publicly Slams The Mother Of His Daughter For Dressing Her 'Inappropriately'

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Some celebs can’t help but air their dirty laundry in public and Chris Brown is no exception, with the controversial rapper raising eyebrows when he decided to publicly call out his ex Niz Guzman for the way that she dressed their two-year-old daughter, Royalty.

Maybe next time send a text, eh Chris?

The star was left outraged when Nia posted a photo of Royalty dressed in a black tutu and leg warmers for her dance class on Instagram, commenting on the photo: “It’s crazy to me that a parent would be OK dressing our daughter like she 16. I ain’t cool with that. She is 2!!!”

Nia hit back almost immediately, defending their child’s outfit as she ranted: “If anybody thinks something is wrong with a baby… mad at the world in dance class… in her TUTU… U need to go pray! #Namaste.”

However, Chris continued to argue in the very public comment section of the post, replying: “Dance class is fine even with the leotard.. the pics just looks risky in my opinion, this isn’t a debate.

"She is 2. I ain’t talking about it on social media any longer. I said my opinion.”

The photo has since been deleted.

This isn’t the first time that the two have come to blows on social media, with the pair trading insults earlier this year after Chris accused her of trying to get more child support from him.

Nia was reportedly seeking to increase the payments from $2,500 a month to almost $16,000, claiming that Royalty had developed a breathing condition because Chris smoked around her excessively.

Chris wrote at the time: “Absolutely untrue. I quit cigarettes on New Years. NO ONE smokes around my daughter. This is obviously a play to get some sort of increased income.

"I take care of my daughter and I would never ever put her in a position that will harm her.”

“My daughter is my pride and joy and I will not be played because my lifestyle is different from other parties involved. This really has to stop.”