Hollywood singer Chris Brown has been winning hearts with his songs worldwide. As we all celebrated Christmas 2019 in our own royal way possible, Chris Brown made sure he made his daughter feel ‘Royalty’. Yes, you heard that right, Chris made sure this Christmas, it did not snow but rained money on his 5-year-old daughter Royalty Brown. In a video shared on Royalty Brown’s social media, the little one is seen enjoying her Christmas gift from her father and her reaction is unmissable.
In a video shared on Chris Brown’s daughter Royalty Brown’s Instagram, the loving father turns Santa Claus for his beloved daughter. Royalty Brown’s social media post read, “Dads the best!” and clearly he is the best as he spoils the little one with a costly gift. In the video, Chris surprised daughter Royalty with a sparkly silver purse that had a pile of cash. As Chris Brown is busy spoiling his daughter with lots of cash, the reaction of the little one captured by mommy Nia Guzman is unmissable. Surprised by the stack of cash, Chris repeated, “You see all this money you got?” while Royalty just smiled. The little Brown looked adorable in her shimmery red dress and enjoyed the festive mode. Also Read: Hailey Baldwin And Justin Bieber Share A Sweet And Love Soaked Christmas Kiss
Later, Chris Brown also took to his Instagram to share a video of his another gift to his daughter. The singer shared the video of Royalty enjoying her Christmas gift in joy captioning the video, “I asked her what she wanted for Christmas and she says... “BALENCIAGA”. 5-year-old swag.” Chris revealed through his post how Royalty wanted Balenciaga for Christmas and he made sure he fulfilled the wish of his 5-year-old.
Meanwhile, the ‘No Guidance’ singer was blessed with his daughter Royalty Brown in 2014. Chris Brown definitely loves his kids a lot and does not miss a chance to prove it.
Image source: Instagram/ Royalty Brown
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