Rihanna, Chris Brown Split Over Baby Drama?

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Rihanna and Chris Brown reportedly split over differences about their future as a new report claims the Bajan singer's desire to have a baby eventually tore them apart.

In May the "Fine China" singer, 24, revealed that he was "too young" to settle down and that he and Rihanna, 25, had in fact split after reconciling in January. A source claims the pop star opened up about wanting a baby in the future, shortly before the split and that ultimately Brown was a little taken aback by this.

"She told him she loved him and could see herself starting a family with him in the future. She wasn't talking like right now," a source clarified to HollywoodLife.com.

Shortly after Rihanna's baby revelation Brown took part in an interview in which he revealed that he was single. The "Diamonds" singer was reportedly left hurt by Brown's candid comments which allegedly prompted her to cut him off for good.

"When my girl tell you she loves you and wants to be serious with you and start a real life you and maybe even have your baby in the future, you turn her down, and then put her on blast on a radio show," the source explained. "That's all bad. Like game over."

(PHOTO) Instagram: @BadGalRiriRihanna and Chris Brown enjoy an outing

The interview in question was Brown's exclusive with Australian Djs Kyle & Jackie O, during which he alluded to his differences with Rihanna.

"At the end of the day, [she's] already doing her thing, she's on the road. The way I look at it... I'm always going to love that person, but people have differences, and people have different wants and needs," Brown told the radio hosts about his and Rihanna's baby drama.

"At the end of the day she's a young girl. I can't really be focused on wife-ing somebody that young… and I'm young too," he continued. "I just got to step forward and be a man and be the best Chris Brown I can be instead of worrying about whoever else is going to be in my side pocket."