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Chris Brown’s big win in court is a game changer!

Photo Credit: Chris Brown's Instagram (@chrisbrownofficial)

It’s been one heck of a year for Chris Brown… from the reveal of his secret love child to the constant friction between him and his child’s mother Nia Guzman to a home robbery… you could say that things only appeared to be getting worse…

Luckily for Brown, it appears there’s a little light at the end of the tunnel. On Friday, the “Body on Me” singer won joint custody in a Houston court. And while Brown may get to take little Royalty home today, he must still pay Royalty’s mom $2,500 per month in child support. As previously reported, things went sour when Guzman requested that Brown only have supervised visitation rights in addition to a major increase in support… $15K. Soon after, Brown went on a Twitter rant slamming Guzman for using their daughter as a “meal ticket.”

“Some men my age run from their responsibility as fathers. I embrace mine. Just sucks that some females use children as meal tickets,” Brown tweeted. “Using a child as leverage is never ok. The highest praise to the men who actually want their kids.”

Based on Brown’s Instagram feed, he’s nothing but a doting dad. He posts adorable photos of his baby girl regularly, with captions that call her the “best thing” in his life. He also refers to her as “Queen Royalty.” The fact that he also moved Guzman across state lines to ensure he could co-parent and locked down any shenanigans on his tour bus, says he’s genuine about stepping up. And well now, he’ll have the chance to prove that…

Although both Guzman and Brown were awarded joint custody, they’ll both have to work together (in peace), pull their weight and be consistent in order for this to work. After all, these custody rulings can be revisited at any time… Congrats to Brown on his big win!

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