Chris Brown's dad disapproves relationship with RiRi

29 April 2013

Washington, April 29 (ANI): Chris Brown's father has revealed that he disapproves the fact that his son has got back together with Rihanna.

Clinton Brown, who previously urged his son to stay away from the 'Umbrella' hit maker following their infamous 2009 bust-up, has now spoken out against the couple's revived romance, Contactmusic reported.

The 23-year-old's father insists that the two singers are both too wild to be in a relationship together.

Clinton told the Sun that he didn't want his son and Rihanna back together because of the scrutiny and also because they are two individuals who are whimsical.

He asserted that you have to have a balance in a relationship.

"You have to have a balance in a relationship. You have to have someone who is spontaneous, but you also need someone who is more grounded and logical," he said.

The American entertainer's father admitted that he couldn't tell his son what to do because at the end of the day, Chris makes the decision.

He said that he wants the 'Run It' star to be happy.

Clinton said that he would like to see his son dating a more "wholesome" woman, like his 'No Air' collaborator Jordin Sparks. (ANI)

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