Chris Brown’s dad, Clinton Brown, has spoken out and revealed that he did not want his son to reconcile with Rihanna.
Speaking about the couple, from his home in the US, he revealed that he doesn’t believe that they are compatible together and also, appears to suggest that Rihanna is not the sort of woman that Chris needs.
“I really didn’t want him and Rihanna back together – because of the scrutiny and because they are two individuals who are whimsical. You don’t have the balance.
“You need to have a balance in a relationship. You need to have someone who is spontaneous but you also need someone who is grounded and logical.”
The pair have appeared relatively happy of late, however - this could change everything.
Rihanna, who yesterday was seen drinking wine straight out of the bottle, was out late last night, eating out with friends while away on tour, while Chris recently took to his Twitter page, posting “Keep ya muthaf*ckin head up!”
On the break up…
Speaking to the Sun, Clinton controversially goes on to suggest that the attack on Rihanna, outside the Grammy’s in 2009, by Chris, was not just his son’s fault.
“One has to assume because they are back together it wasn’t a one-sided.
“You just have to imagine that it was a circumstance in which they both had a disagreement.”
The 48-year-old, who was speaking to the newspaper at his home in Virginia, also revealed that he has other women in mind for his son, including Jordin Sparks, as she is a “wholesome lady”.
Clinton also to be full of praise for Chris’ on-off ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran, saying of the singer: “I liked her a lot and as a matter of fact I told him that. They seemed to get on terrifically.”
The Prison officer went on to explain that no matter what he thinks of the Diamond’s singer, it is Chris’ choice and essentially, he only wants him to be happy.
“Even if I gathered a bunch of people with signs and said, ‘Stay away from Rihanna, stay away’, Chris will do what Chris wants to do. That’s his choice and I want him to be happy at the end of the day.”