Chris Brown flexed the fine new prints that he added to his collection of tattoos, as he inked the names of his two kids, Aeko Brown and Royalty Brown, on his legs.
Chris Brown took to his Instagram to share pictures of his two tattoos. The 31-year-old singer got his kids’ names, Aeko Brown and Royalty brown, inked in a funky font on both of his shins.
On the right shin bone, Chris showed off the first name of his 1-year-old son, Aeko, which he inked a year back. While on the left shin bone, he added the name of his 6-year-old daughter, Royalty.
Along with the picture, Chris brown thanked the Los angeles based tattoo studio, Ganga tattoo, for their work. He also declared that his kids mean everything to him, as he wrote “MY WORLD ON MY LEGS”.
Chris Brown is actually a regular customer of the tattoo studio, last year, he got two other tattoos, a few months apart from each other. In February 2020, the “Freaky Friday” singer got the iconic Jordan shoe tattooed on his right cheek.
Two months after that, Chris Brown had come back to get the name of his son, Aeko Brown tattooed on is right shin. The tattoo artist, Ganga, captioned the picture appreciating the resilience of Brown to withstand an hour and a half long session of tattooing pain.
“Before and after in 1 hour 20 min, without pain for @chrisbrownofficial”.
Chris Brown’s mom, Joyce Hawkins also recently posted an adorable video of Royalty Brown, singing bold praises of her dad in a car.
She declared Chris Brown to be the winner of Best Daddy Ever by singing that “I will say my daddy is the best, which is Chris Brown. He is the best that I ever had.” Chris Brown had welcomed Royalty Brown with his ex-partner, Nia Guzman, in 2014 and the two are co-parenting their daughter now.
Chris Brown’s ex-girlfriend and Aeko Brown’s mom, Ammika Harris, has also been sharing pictures of her sunshine via her Instagram. A couple weeks back, she shared a photo of Aeko smiling candidly while sitting on the ground. She captioned it by admitting that the 1-year-old is growing too fast.
“He skipped toddler age and went straight to being a teenage,” wrote Ammika Harris in the caption.