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Karrueche not getting back with Brown

Published 10/04/2015

Karrueche Tran
Karrueche Tran

Karrueche Tran has no intention of reuniting with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown “any time soon” following the revelation he fathered a child with another woman.

The 26-year-old model called it quits with her on-again, off-again rapper boyfriend after it was revealed on March 4 that he was the father of a now ten-month-old daughter.

And in an interview with Australia’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show on KIIS FM, Karrueche took the opportunity to set the record straight about the current status of her relationship with the 25-year-old troubled singer.

“No, not any time soon, not right now,” she insisted when asked if she had any intention of reuniting with her former beau of four years.

“There’s just so much going on and right now I just want to focus on myself and just keep pushing forward, so right now [I’m just] letting him be him and do him and I’m just going to do me.”

Karrueche was reportedly blindsided by the revelation that her then-boyfriend had fathered a child – a daughter named Royalty – with 31-year-old model Nia Guzman-Amey.

Nia and Karrueche were reportedly in the same social circle and had previously been pictured together. While Chris and Nia are not said to be in a relationship and their union was only fleeting, the singer has reportedly stepped up and plans to be present in his daughter’s life, with the infant recently spotted visiting her famous father on his tour bus.

However, after standing by her man during multiple court appearances and jail stints, Karrueche broke up with Chris after learning of his indiscretion via social media and, as she told the radio show, the pair have barely spoken since.

“'I think it’s just best that way,” she explained of the clean break, adding of taking the high road and keeping things cordial, “I don’t like to bring any negative attention or anything like that so I just keep it on a positive note and I think that’s the best route.”

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