Chris Brown inspired by daughter

Chris Brown reportedly wants to "start making changes" to the way he refers to women in songs since he found out he was the father to Royalty.

Chris Brown
Chris Brown

Chris Brown wants to "start making changes" to the way he refers to women.

The 'Loyal' hitmaker has reportedly been left "humbled" by the news that he has a baby daughter, Royalty, and wants to show his appreciation for women through his music.

A source shared: "It's been getting under his skin when he's performed 'Loyal' and 'Ayo' and other songs on his tour because he's straight up dogging women in the lyrics.

"He would hate for someone to one day call his daughter a bitch or a hoe. That would make him very upset and he would have a big problem with someone disrespecting his daughter.

"Everyday he realises he's a father, to a girl no less, and he wants to start making changes to raise his girl right and to be a good example of a man."

The 25-year-old singer is also believed to be "regretting" some of his past lyric choices.

The source continued to "The baby has humbled him in a way and he regrets some of the music he's made, particularly the words he's used to describe women.

"He really doesn't want to continue making music where he's calling women bitches and hoes and other derogatory words."

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