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Chris Brown is 100 percent loyal to his baby girl Royalty!
Before celebrating his very first Father's Day Sunday, the rapper headed to the iHeartRadio Theatre in Burbank, Calif. for a special performance.
And in between showing off his impressive dancing skills and singing his biggest hits, the proud dad shared how much his life has changed thanks to his daughter.
"My main focus now is just my music, but my daughter first," he told Real 92.3's Big Boy. "When it comes to me being able to perform and do this, it's cool. But for right now, I'm doing it all for her."
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With all the love for his newest family member, could Brown see himself having more kids sooner rather than later? We will likely have to wait a bit on that one.
"For right now, I'm learning how to be a dad so through the process, it's good for me to actually just be able to grow with her and get that one-on-one time," he admitted. "I think maybe [another
kid] five or six years from now possibly so she won't be an only child."
He continued, "I've got brothers and sisters and I had a fun time picking on them. They were beating me up too so my daughter needs a sibling."
After the intimate concert that also featured a performance from T.I.. Brown made his way to West Hollywood hot spot Hooray Henry's. And in a surprise turn of events, E! News can confirm Rihanna and rumored boyfriend Karim Benzema were also in attendance.
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"Rihanna and Chris completely avoided each other," an eyewitness told E! News. "There wasn't any drama." In fact, our insider isn't even sure the famous exes knew each other were inside at the same time.
Perhaps if the two crossed paths, there really wouldn't be any trouble. After all, Brown is trying a new philosophy.
"If you ever get really mad at something, try a random act of kindness," he tweeted early Saturday morning. "I've been trying that lately. So far so good. Coming from me…. That's crazy…Lol."
—Additional reporting by Sara Kitnick