Chris Brown’s daughter reportedly hurt herself while trying to show off her dance moves, a report from Page Six recently revealed. Reportedly, the 5-year-old girl revealed photos of herself on Instagram, run by her mother, Nia Guzman, one of which shows a bandage on her forehead.
The 5-year-old appears to have had stitches. You can check out the Instagram post below:
It’s not clear how or when she fell down and hurt her head, but it may have had something to do with her attendance of the 2020 Grammys alongside her dad. Fans of Brown know that Chris took his young daughter to the awards this year.
It’s clear the 30-year-old musician cares for her deeply. The performing artist has shown off her dancing skills many times on social media, including one video in which she was imitating his moves from “Gimme That.”
Chris also just welcomed another child, Aeko Catori Brown, back in November with Ammika Harris. Brown’s personal life seems to be on the up and up, which, as fans of his know, hasn’t always been the case.
For years, Chris has been linked to Rihanna for the notorious fight they got into just before the Grammy Awards back in 2009. On the 8th of February, 2009, Brown and his girlfriend, Rihanna, got into an argument that quickly turned physical.
Afterward, Brown went to the Los Angeles Police Department to turn himself in to the authorities. He was booked under suspicion of making criminal threats. Initially, the police never revealed who was involved, but media publications soon figured out it was Rihanna.
Brown’s arrest had a significant effect on his career at the time, including several dropped commercials, TV shows, and music withdrawn from several radio stations. He was also replaced at the 2009 Grammy Awards by Justin Timberlake.
Later in life, Chris’ problems continued, including a 2016 incident in which a woman phoned the police accusing Brown of threatening her with a handgun. The police arrived, but he denied them entry without a warrant. As a result of his charges over the years, Brown remains banned from several countries including the United Kingdom and Australia.