Chris Brown’s Dad Doesn’t Think Rihanna Is the Right Woman for His Kid
Even though roughly half the world seems to be in agreement that Rihanna and Chris Brown aren't exactly a match made in heaven, the two just can't seem to quit each other.
Now even Brown's own dad has spoken out on the matter.
Breezy's father, Clinton Brown, gave an interview with the New York Daily News, during which he said he wasn't a big proponent of his son relighting the flame with the 25-year-old Barbadian beauty
"I personally really didn’t want him and Rihanna back together," he revealed. “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."
"Logical and grounded" doesn't apply to the couple on the best of days. Chris, 23, famously assaulted RiRi in 2009, and recently apologized to the 'Today' audience while promoting his new album on April Fool's day.
The elder Brown, 48, understands what his son sees in the singer, saying, “She’s beautiful, she’s exotic, she’s successful." (There's no question she's all of the above.)
She's also in the industry, something Clinton thinks may be a key to their chemistry: “Sometimes you just need that person who will listen to you without judging, who knows what it feels like. If he talks to someone who’s not in the business they may not understand.”
So who would he prefer to see Breezy with instead? “I personally liked Jordin Sparks," Daddy Brown said of the 'American Idol' champ and Chris's 'No Air' duet partner. "She’s a wholesome young lady, very pretty."
Still, he thinks RiRi would make a good mother, provided she "change[s] some of her antics." We're guessing he means antics like posting half-naked Instagram photos -- but regardless, it doesn't look like a baby is in the cards at the moment anyway.
“I don’t think they would just whimsically and spontaneously have a child with them being in this mode," said the prospective grandfather. "That’s why I don’t see it happening — but anything’s possible, man.”