Nia Guzman drags Chris Brown in first interview: ‘Nothing positive’ about him as a parent

Nia Guzman says that she has "nothing positive" to say about parenting with Chris Brown...

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Nia Guzman says that she has “nothing positive” to say about parenting with Chris Brown.

Guzman said in an interview with that she and Brown knew about the baby long before the media did. “The world didn’t find out about her until a year ago. He always knew about her, he just wasn’t ready to deal with the situation,” she said.

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She went on to say that she decided to keep it secret because “I know that he’s young, he’s wild, and he has the bad boy persona, and I just knew that it just wasn’t going to be the best situation. And if I could have still kept it quiet until now, I would have.”

As for parenting with Brown, she said, “I can’t say anything positive about it… at all. Nothing positive.”

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She said that she will continue to cast shade at Brown as she parents. “I’m not a millionaire like daddy, so of course it is going to be regular on my side. It’s just going to take a lot of talking and just getting her to know right from right and wrong from wrong, and not be some spoiled little rich kid out here just thinking that the world is hers and she can do whatever she wants. I don’t want her to self-destruct. I want her to be raised normal.”

As for the recent social media spat between the two when Brown complained about their daughter’s dance outfit, Guzman said she was surprised.

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“I mean the fact that I had just spoken with him. 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 said. “I personally saw nothing wrong with it. She always dresses like that 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. … I don’t sexualize a toddler, or think of my children in any way like that. So for the backlash of that… I didn’t understand it.”