She may be too young for a real driving licence but singer Chris Brown appears to have treated his daughter Royalty to a selection of luxury baby cars.
The Ayo hitmaker not only splurged on three mini replica sports cars, including a Lamborghini and Range Rover, but he also took the lavish vehicles to a garage to have them customised to his liking.
One-year-old Royalty will certainly be travelling in style with the new upgrades, including faux gold-plated rims and a black matte finish.
Although he has no problem in splashing the cash on his young daughter, the 26-year-old R&B singer embarked on an on-stage rant about golddiggers at an El Paso concert on his latest.
Before launching into his number one hit single Loyal, the hitmaker told his audience: "Girls – they don't get your money," before addressing the male concert-goers: "Get your money but be smart, man. Everybody be smart."
He then claimed he has "more problems than the president!"
Perhaps Brown was hinting at reports that he and Royalty's mother, Nia Guzman, are battling it out over child support payments.
In March, TMZ alleged that the Strip singer had stopped the monthly child support payments to Guzman, who lives in Texas, after she reportedly demanded more money to look after their daughter.
A source later told Hollywood Life: "[Chris] knows that she has bills to pay out there in Texas and that's why he sends her money even when Royalty's with him.
"What he's not going to do is send his hard-earned money to Nia so she can buy clothes and take care of her lazy boyfriend!"
Royalty celebrated her first birthday at the beginning of June and Brown told radio host Ryan Seacrest that he is focusing on being a good father.
He stated: "I'm going to be honest and be a man about it and just take it one day at a time."