Floyd Mayweather reportedly gave Nia Guzman $20K to start her website.
In the last few days, the drama has been ramped up between Chris Brown and Nia Guzman, the mother of his four-year-old daughter Royalty. With the two disagreeing on how much money he should be providing her on a monthly basis, Chris is worried that too much will lead to his daughter being spoiled, which he's against. While child support discussions are nothing new, this situation just got a lot more interesting thanks to a certain boxer by the name of Floyd Mayweather.
You'll recall Floyd was training Soulja Boy back when he was scheduled to be fighting Chris Brown in a celebrity boxing match. Since then, hostile waters have been surrounding Breezy and "Money" Mayweather. According to The Blast, Nia Guzman is pretty close to Floyd, which is likely the reason why his business investment in her website was kept secret until now.
In a recent deposition obtained by the publication, Mayweather's identity is revealed as the previous "silent friend" that had donated $20K for her to start her RoyaltyBrown.com site, which she claims to make only $400 per month from. The investor was kept a secret until now and it makes sense that it was, considering Floyd's rocky relationship with Breezy.
It's been clear that Guzman feels she deserves more money on a regular basis. Whether or not she'll come out on top in the child support battle is yet to be determined but Chris is trying his hardest to prevent it.