The singer took to his Instagram on January 31, denying the claim while insisting he's quit smoking and doesn't allow anyone smoke around baby Royalty.
The singer took to his Instagram on January 31, denying the claim while insisting he's quite smoking and doesn't allow anyone smoke around baby Royalty. He says Guzman just wants to suck out more money for child support ($2,500 to $16,000/month).
"Absolutely untrue. I quit cigarettes on New Years. NO ONE smokes around my daughter. This is obviously a play to get some sort of increased income," he wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post. Adding, "I take care of my daughter and I would never ever put her in a position that will harm her."
Chris went on to slam the "slander" which surrounds him and the people who "use" him, insisting he is just trying to do his best for his little girl. "I'm so sick and tired of negative people trying to use me and slander me. All this annoying bs, everybody knows what they do in this street. My daughter is my pride and joy and I will not be played because my lifestyle is different from other parties involved. This really has to stop.(sic)", he continued.
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In her legal documents, Nia demanded the 26-year-old singer to hire a nanny or have his access restricted, but Chris says, "My daughter is the youngest in her class and the most advanced. My mother and I have made sure my daughter is constantly learning and being creative as well as her safety.(sic)".
He added: "I won't do the back and forth negative things so I'll just say god bless whoever is struggling and need to use me to better their life even though I fulfill my duties as a father."