We don’t know much about Chris Brown’s father except he still lives in their hometown of Tappahannock, VA and apparently he really disapproves of his son’s on-again off-again relationship with Rihanna.
“I personally really didn’t want him and Rihanna back together,” Clinton Brown said in a recent interview with the Daily News. “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.”
“I hate to use examples, but Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Amy Winehouse — I mean I could go on and on,” he said. “Is that a given — that you can’t have fortune and fame without (death) being the end result?”
He went on to say he understands why his son would be attracted to the Barbadian bombshell. “She’s beautiful, she’s exotic, she’s successful,” he said. But, “sometimes you just need that person who will listen to you without judging, who knows what it feels like. If he talks to someone who’s not in the business they may not understand.”
Clinton mentioned a few things he disliked about the “Stay” singer when he answered a question about recent pregnancy rumors.
“(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,” he said. “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.”
Although he’s not feeling RiRi, he did admit that he loved Chris’ ex Karrueche Tran. “I liked her a lot. They seemed to get on terrifically,” he said. “Whenever she was around me, the quiet, meek, accommodating, respectful image is what she portrayed.”
But since that relationship didn’t work out, Clinton suggested his son date someone a little more like sixth “American Idol” winner Jordin Sparks. “I personally liked Jordin Sparks. She’s a wholesome young lady, very pretty,” he said.
We highly doubt Miss. Sparks would ever give Chris Brown the time of day. But wishful thinking, dad.