Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, many people haven’t been able to see their children in other states or countries due to fear of the spread of the virus. This has been the case for Chris Brown as well as he hasn’t been able to see his son, Aeko, in-person since March. Aeko and his mother, Ammika Harris, were in Germany at the time of lockdowns and couldn’t fly back to the United States. Some countries still won’t let others in, especially from America.
Brown is hopeful of being able to see Aeko soon and that confidence draws from Drake recently being able to see his son, Adonis, according to Hollywood Life, Drake and Adonis couldn’t see each other for a while either but finally got today last weekend on Father’s Day.
“Chris was happy and inspired to see Drake hanging with Adonis,” said a source close to the situation. ” Though they have totally different situations, Chris likes to see his pal happy because seeing that gave him some general hope that he’ll be able to see Aeko soon himself.”
“Restrictions are being changed on the daily and Chris is really looking at anything positive that might just end up leading him to where he wants to be and that is, of course, with Aeko in his arms and for Chris to be the dad for him that he knows he can be.”
Harris has been helping Brown see Aeko plenty of times though via FaceTime. It appears that Brown could’ve came to Germany lately after restrictions were lifted but the European Union is in the direction of not letting Americans in due to the U.S. still not being able to contain COVID-19.
Brown also has a daughter named Royalty, who just turned six-years-old. His seventh studio album was also named after her in December of 2015.
Brown’s previous solo album was ‘Indigo’ which is almost near its one-year anniversary on June 28. It contained 33 tracks in total as it was led by singles such as “Undecided,” “Back To Love,” “Heat” feat. Gunna, and “Wobble Up” feat. G-Eazy and Nicki Minaj. It debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 chart and has already been certified platinum by the RIAA.
Last month, CB also released a collab mixtape with Young Thug titled ‘Slime & B.’ It was a 13-track project as it had features from Gunna, Lil Duke, Shad Da God, Future, Too $hort, Hoodybaby, E-40, and Major Nine.
Slime & B reached No. 24 on the Billboard 200 chart and was approved by many fans on social media. Brown continues to stay consistent as he’s dropped two hot projects in the last year and hopefully, he gets together with Aeok again soon.