"She needs security even when she is with Nia," Nia's mother wrote on Instagram, adding that Breezy's baby girl "needs to go to a private school and she needs to live in a gated community for his own daughter's safety!...period!"
Apparently, Chris didn't take too kindly to Nia and her mother addressing the couple's private parental affairs on social media. In a post that has since been deleted, Chris took to the Instagram page of gossip blog Baller Alert and wrote: "Obviously you aren't looking out for my daughter by putting personal issues up on Instagram," he wrote. "I'm not gonna be disrespectful and rude about this becuz I know and they know I provide and take care of my daughter equally."
The singer then went on to clarify the terms of his paternity suit, writing, "I filed for joint custody. "EQUAL" custody. No kid needs 4k a week. Especially when I have her 2weeks out of the month. So this is the last time im ever saying my peace on the issue. Let the courts handle everything else so we can handle the matter as civil adults. Telling all your business is childish and is not setting a good loving environment for ROYALTY. I have no ill intentions and I love my daughter. #godbless."
Sheesh. The drama is completely overwhelming at this point. More and more we're starting to wonder if Instagram is becoming the new therapist's couch. We're just sayin'...
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