Chris Brown’s Dad Doesn’t Approve Of Relationship With Rihanna

rihanna and chris brown

It’s always something with Chris and Ri Ri.

According to NY Daily News

Chris Brown’s dad would rather his relationship with Rihanna not last “Forever.”

Speaking exclusively to the Daily News, Clinton Brown said he would prefer his hotheaded son stay away from the Barbadian bombshell who he infamously assaulted in 2009.

“I personally really didn’t want him and Rihanna back together,” said Clinton Brown, 48.

“You have to have a balance in a relationship. You have to have someone who is spontaneous and whimsical but you also have to have someone who is grounded and logical.”

That’s certainly not the case with Rihanna and her boy toy.

Clinton Brown worries the roller-coaster romance could fly off the rails and end in tragedy.

“I hate to use examples, but Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Amy Winehouse — I mean I could go on and on!”

Clinton said in his modest bungalow in the tiny town of Tappahannock, roughly an hour northeast of Richmond, Va. “Is that a given — that you can’t have fortune and fame without (death) being the end result?”

Clinton split from Brown’s mother, Joyce Hawkins, when Brown was 6. The dad remains a big presence in Brown’s life, though the only indicator of his son’s success is a shiny silver BMW parked in the driveway.

He conceded that he understands Brown’s attraction to the diva dubbed RiRi.

“She’s beautiful, she’s exotic, she’s successful,” Clinton said.

“One has to assume because they are back together that it wasn’t one-sided,” he said. “You just have to imagine it was a circumstance in which they both had a disagreement.”

Their tumultuous romance will not likely be tamed by a baby any time soon, he said.

“(Rihanna) would make a good mom. I think she would probably have to change some of her antics — the party attitude would probably have to change,” Clinton said. “I don’t think they would just whimsically and spontaneously have a child with them being in this mode. That’s why I don’t see it happening — but anything’s possible, man.”

That’s a bad sign when one of the parents doesn’t like you. Do you think Chris’ dad is right?


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