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    Chris Brown Welcomes Son with Ex-Girlfriend

    Chris Brown Welcomes

    Chris Brown posted his new baby on Instagram Wednesday morning (Dec. 11) to reveal the birth of his second child.

    Brown captioned the black & white photo of him holding the newborn’s feet, “AEKO CATORI BROWN”—the name of his first son, whom he shares with ex-girlfriend and model Ammika Harris.

    Harris reposted Brown’s photo to her Instagram story with the caption “Forever won’t be enough with you.”

    The confirmation of the birth comes exactly three weeks after rumors began to swirl that Harris had given birth. Brown previously posted a black & white photo of himself looking down, with the caption “11-20-2019”, suggesting he was gazing down at his newborn, and sharing the birth-date.

    CB and Harris dated earlier this year but split shortly after the model revealed her pregnancy.

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    Following their split, Brown was seeing new girlfriend, Indyamarie, but then again, they also split shortly, possibly due to Harris’ pregnancy which some have suggested.

    Regardless, CB remained in the picture and supported Harris throughout her pregnancy, financially and emotionally.

    Brown also has a 5-year-old daughter, Royalty, with former model Nia Guzman with whom he has a rocky relationship.

    Royalty appeared on her dad’s Instagram just four days before CB posted his son’s first photos. He captioned the picture of his daughter “My JOY”.

    Last year, Guzman filed a request for an increase in child support. Through Guzman’s attorney, Lisa Bloom, People Magazine reported that Guzman was requesting $18,336 each month for support and $190,000 retroactively.

    Brown jumped back in court arguing “providing a 4-year-old with everything she demands could be harmful and is not in her best interest.”

    CB’s $2,500 per month payment,increased to $5,000 at a court hearing.

    What do you think about Chris Brown’s new baby with another ex-girlfriend?




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