As Rihanna shared backstage drinking pics over the weekend, Chris Brown's dad opened up about her "party attitude" and why he didn't want them back together. Find out what he said inside....
Rihanna is infamous for posting controversial pics of her bad behavior, and this weekend was no different. As she took a bottle straight to the head on Instagram, she captioned things like "Getting bent back here! #DWT #backstagelife"and "Po it thee phuck up!!! #backstageproblems"
These antics have raise eyebrows among those close to the pop star, including Chris Brown's dad! In an exclusiveinterview with the NY Daily News, Clinton Brown revealed that he is NOT "Team Rihanna" saying, "I personally really didn’t want him and Rihanna back together."
So who would Clinton prefer his son date? The answer might shock you. “I personally liked Jordin Sparks. She’s a wholesome young lady, very pretty.”
When asked why he doesn't think the relationship with Riri (shown above with bestie Melissa Forde) will last, Clinton said,
"You have to have a balance in a relationship. You have to have someone who is spontaneous and whimsical but you also have to have someone who is grounded and logical.”
And for folks wondering why Clinton casts a doubtful eye on Riri, even after his son was convicted of assaulting her in 2009, he says the "assault" wasn't one-sided.
"One has to assume because they are back together that it wasn’t one-sided. You just have to imagine it was a circumstance in which they both had a disagreement.”
In the future, he added that Rihanna would make a great mom...once she slows down. But he doesn't see it happening with Chris.
“(Rihanna) would make a good mom. I think she would probably have to change some of her antics — the party attitude would probably have to change. I don’t think they would just whimsically and spontaneously have a child with them being in this mode. That’s why I don’t see it happening — but anything’s possible, man.”
It's interesting that Clinton was so forthcoming about Rihanna's "party" lifestyle. We can't wait for the interview where he addresses his son's "issues."