Chris Brown must be feeling really relived at this point. After months of intense custody battle with Nia Guzman, the "Loyal" singer finally won the joint custody of his daughter Royalty. And it looks like, Rihanna is most happy for her ex-boyfriend.
According to reports, Nia apparently put up a nasty fight by demanding the court deny Chris any custodial rights and also wanted him to be given only supervised visitation. But the judge at the Houston court disagreed with her reasoning and granted the rapper 50-50 custody, reported TMZ.
The judge has reportedly said that Royalty will go back and forth every four days and has ordered Chris to pay Nia $2,500 a month in child support, instead of 15k that Nia had demanded.
When the news broke out, Rihanna too was reportedly jumping with joy. Hollywood Life reported that Riri sent Breezy a sweet congratulatory message after he won the joint custody.
"Rihanna is jumping for joy that Chris got what he wanted in court today. That boy loves that Royalty more than anyone in the world and she's so happy for him," a source told the website.
"The minute she heard the news, she texted him and said 'congratulations Daddy!' He responded saying 'thank you mama,' and sent the cutest picture of him smiling with Royalty in his arms. She responded back with two emoji red hearts," the source added.
And now that Niz Guzman has moved to California, the "Diamonds" singer is going lengths to ensure she doesn't run into her at LA clubs, the website reported. And apparently, she is making sure that Niz gets banned in all those clubs where Riri parties.
"Rihanna doesn't want to run into Nia in Los Angeles. She thinks Nia is just garbage for trying to pull a fast one over on Chris. She's not too thrilled that this chick moved into the city either. RiRi doesn't want to bump into Nia on the club scene either and has notified her people, telling them that Nia is not welcome in her go-to clubs when she's inside the venue," the source said.
Well, it looks like Chris Brown's fans, along with Rihanna, have reasons to celebrate his huge victory.