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Chris Brown 'gets large tattoo of daughter's face'

Chris Brown has reportedly added a large portrait of his daughter Royalty to his extensive tattoo collection.

The Loyal singer paid a visit to a tattoo parlour in Copenhagen, Denmark during downtime from his One Hell of a Nite European tour over the weekend (04-05June16) and reportedly had a portrait of his two-year-old daughter Royalty etched onto the top left of his back, near his shoulder.


The heavily-tattooed star showed off his new addition on Instagram with the caption, "Not finished but we workin." However, he later deleted the post, leading fans to speculate if the tattoo was real.


But the tattoo artist, who goes by the name of Fred, posted a picture to his account showing him creating the artwork on Chris' back as the topless singer is leaning forward in a chair. The tattoo cannot be clearly seen.


"THANKS FOR ALL @chrisbrownofficial," Fred wrote. "Thank You for this incredible experience and for making me feel part of this. You are an incredible person Chris."


Chris made no secret of how much he was missing Royalty, who is back in the U.S., by sharing snaps of her on Instagram during his tour. Over the weekend, he wrote, "Miss you so much."


The European leg of his trek hasn't gone without incident, as Chris was accused of stepping on a fan's head during a nightclub appearance in Cannes, France on 18 May (16). Clubgoer Malek Mokrani claims he had to go to hospital with neck and head injuries.


However, Chris has disputed the report in an Instagram video. He said, "No fans were hurt by Chris Brown; no fans were beat up by Chris Brown... I met the owner, shook his hand. We were partying and everything else. His staff though, security, I don’t think he probably knew who I was. I don’t care but he assaulted me. Grabbed his hand around my throat and tried to push me out the spot when we were walking. My security was already advancing to another spot so we handled the situation accordingly and moved on."


The tour ends on 15 June (16) in Dublin, Ireland.