Chris Brown’s daughter, Royalty Brown, is proud of her dad despite his performance at the American Music Awards (AMA) being canceled. The youngster recently shared a video clip of herself following in her father’s footsteps, which impressed fans.
“I Love to watch my daddy work,” Royalty told her social media fans. “I love to watch my daddy work so I can study him and copy him when he’s not looking,” the youngster shared. “I love you, daddy,” Royalty wrote to Chris Brown. “My daddy works so hard,” the budding star said of her father.
Many fans could not believe how much Royalty has grown over the years. “Weren’t you just carrying her while she slept while practicing like yesterday,” one supporter asked Chris Brown in the comments section of his daughter’s Instagram post. “Kids grow up way too fast sometimes,” the fan further exclaimed. “She keeps getting more gorgeous by the day,” the Instagram follower added.
“Your dad is the greatest and gets the worst treatment,” another fan said. “We hate that for him,” he added.
Chris Brown is at the center of an American Music Awards (AMAs) controversy. The recording artist recently accused the establishment of canceling his performance at the forthcoming awards ceremony without providing a reason for such action. “You serious,” Chris asked on Friday (Nov. 18) after sharing a video clip of himself practicing a few choreographed moves. “WOULD’VE been the AMA performance but they canceled me for reasons unknown,” the recording artist shared.
Dozens of fans took to Instagram to give support to Chris. “I’m sick to my stomach,” professional dancer Taylor Terry shared. “I’m so so so sorry this happened Chris,” Terry, who was slated to be a part of the performance, added. “You were so excited! The whole team on and off the floor was excited! Never left a rehearsal without having chills! To go to a rehearsal and be inspired every day in more ways than one is crazy! So grateful to have been a part of this man! This video does us no justice! Sending you love.”
Another loyal fan said, “Thank you for sharing! This industry is trash! You will forever be the KING. For years you have been killing it out here regardless of all the bullsh*t floating in the media. To be able to witness such a talent not only on the stage but in so many different ways is beautiful. Your light can never be dimmed. You will continue to shine and prosper. It’s a shame there’s literally no better male performer! And hasn’t been in YEARS. It is clearly their loss, king. Your fans see you for what you really are! The KING, now, then, and for many years to come. NO ONE can mess with your LEGACY.”
Royalty Brown is the oldest of Chris Brown’s three children. The American Music Awards will be held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday (Nov. 20).
Photo: Royalty Brown/Instagram