It must be tough having a child with a celebrity, especially when you’re a shy when it comes to media attention.
The photo, which could’ve had innocent intentions, ignited a lot of conversation around how children should be portrayed on social media.
Nia opened up to Latina about the backlash.
“I had just spoken with him, ” she told the site. “He had already seen a video of her on her way to ballet class. To make that remark online, was totally insane to me.” she voiced.
The mother continued, explaining the photo was just of a normal toddler going to dance class. “It was a cute picture. She had just finished dance, she was pouting. It was a funny moment, and she was leaned back looking at me because she was totally pissed off, because it was time to go.”
The moment seems ordinary enough, given the temperaments of kids, but Chris didn’t see it that way. Nia expressed they haven’t even spoken about the moment.
“I don’t think there’s going to be anything good in talking, so we just don’t. When it’s that far, it’s just rather nobody talks because me and him are both firecrackers, and then nobody gets anything accomplished but yelling. And it’s just a place that I don’t want to be.”
Fair. But the two are going to have to come to an agreement about how they want their daughter’s image shared on social media.
Beauties, do you agree with Chris, or Nia?
Chris Brown’s Baby Mama, Nia Guzman, Opens Up About Co-Parenting: Was This Picture Too Much? was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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