According to US Weekly, the terms of the custody arrangement state that Royalty must be with her mother every four days. Also, Chris is required to continue making $2500 monthly child support payments. Back in July, Chris hopped on Instagram in response to Nia allegedly demanding $15,000 a month.
"I filed for joint custody. "EQUAL" custody, the singer wrote." 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."
The singer even shot down rumors that he bailed on the custody hearing by uploading a photo of himself in court to Instagram.
In August, the "Loyal" singer announced that his next album will be named after his daughter. Now that the custody suit is out of the way, let's hope he can move on from the drama and focus on making music both he and his daughter can be proud of.