Chris Brown’s daughter, Royalty Brown, has her father’s dancing abilities. The youngster was recently filmed while taking dance lessons.
Royalty did not miss a beat as she followed the direction of her choreographer. “Get it RoRo,” one social media fan exclaimed. “Not her daddy’s spin,” another Instagram follower said in reference to Royalty doing one of Chris Brown’s signature moves during the session.
This is not the first time that Royalty Brown has danced for the camera. The little one participated in the ‘Go Crazy’ Challenge days after her father garnered attention for launching the social media challenge. Many fans deemed Royalty as Chris’s “only competition.”
Chris Brown’s daughter has been hard at work with building her brand. The youngster has received full support from her mom, Nia Guzman, who has helped Royalty establish her own clothing line and wellness brand.
Royalty has also spread awareness about nonprofits while building her empire. It was just a few days ago that the youngster partnered with the Tell Somebody Movement to spread awareness, and stop, child abuse.
“Spreading awareness and we are showing love to @tellsomebodymovement by @_queenleesh,” Nia told her social media fans. “Parents it’s a must read for your children,” the model said of the curriculum her daughter was promoting in the video clip shared on Instagram. “#TellSomebody #MamaBear,” Nia hashtagged. “Forever protecting my babies!”
Aleesha Barlow launched the Tell Somebody Movement as a survivor of child abuse. “I was molested by my maternal grandfather and at age 6,” Barlow shares on the initiative’s website. “I told my aunt that her father was touching me inappropriately. She told my mother, and they confronted my grandfather. He admitted it. I was told to keep it a secret from the police and my own father, with the promise the abuse would stop. Unfortunately, he continued, and I never spoke up again.”
“After 20 years, my father asked me if I had ever been molested in life, I told him yes. I felt all the weight, burden, guilt, and shame I had been carrying all those years, immediately lifted off my shoulders and I want all survivors to feel that! You are not alone.”
Learn more about the Tell Somebody Movement here!
Photo: Royalty Brown/Instagram