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The source of contention between the couple was an 8-year-old girl named Ntombi from South Africa who was living with the family since she was 6 months old, but they never adopted her.Compton asked for child support for their two daughters and Ntombi, but Rock denied the request claiming she’s not his responsibility.Now, as his new film Grown Ups 2 hits big screens in July, the provocative comic mines more coming-of-age discomforts -- that of kids and the adults who rear them -- for laughs. "We lived in Bed-Stuy [Bedford-Stuyvesant], one of the most famous ghettos in the world" is how he once described his former stomping grounds. But on the other hand…" He pauses for comedic effect. Who's gonna figure out how to advance stem cell research? " In 2007 Rock went so far as to tell host James Lipton of Bravo's Inside the Actors Studio that bullying was "the defining moment of my life … …But you know, I was bullied and I had love at home, so that was kind of the perfect storm for me, you know?These days Rock, 48, views the wonder years from two very different vantage points: as someone who was once tormented at school and as a father of two young daughters (Lola, 11, and Zahra, 9, with wife Malaak Compton-Rock) living in an age of "helicopter" parents. "My mother and father wanted me to go to a better school, so I was bused to this poor, white neighborhood…I was the only black boy in my grade for most of the time. it made me who I am." On air, he even profusely thanked the pack of boys who regularly "kicked my a--, spit in my face, and kicked me down the stairs," because the experiences not only forged his quick wit, he insists, but also fueled his drive to succeed. I just read the Steve Jobs book [the biography by Walter Isaacson].He opens up about bullying, helicopter parents, and why he hasn't had a PB&J in years.The stand-up sensation has made countless quips over the years about being bullied as a boy in rough-and-tumble Brooklyn, N.

Brown’s probation for his conviction in the Rihanna assault case finally ended on March 20, 2015, though he has been in and out of trouble over the years.

That same month, it was also revealed that Brown is the father of a baby girl named Royalty with former model Nia Guzman.

His currently untitled seventh studio album is scheduled to be released in the fall of 2015.

Y., depicted on "Everybody Hates Chris," the TV show he created.

He's also famous for his rip-roaringly funny (and brutally honest) comments about marriage and parenthood in his Emmy Award-winning specials for HBO. Put the most successful men and women in the world in one room, and ask them to put their hands up to see which ones were bullied." Another beat passes before he shares his own theory: "Most of 'em!

” Brown began dating Rihanna in 2008, but their relationship ended in 2009 after an argument escalated into domestic violence.