Bobby Brown sat down for his first interview since the death of his daughter Bobbi Kristina. Brown says he thinks Houston was ready for their daughter to be with the singer “in heaven”. “It’s not easy at all”. “But when God calls you, he calls you”.
Nick and Bobbi Kristina. Except for one sighting of Brown at the Ha Ha Cafe comedy club where smiled a posed with fans for photos just 2 weeks after burying Bobbi, Bobby and the family has been shying away from the media.
“For each evil deed there are effect and repercussions…”, Leolah on Fb. Does this mean the Brown family have some kind of information or plan they aren’t sharing?
The full interview will air on the season two premiere of “The Real” Monday, according to hngn. “She’s probably exhausted of me leaning on her, but she’s held me up and she’s got my back – and you know anytime I need to lean to the side or lean forward, she’s right there”. According to its website, the organization is being established as a “safe haven, emergency center and advocacy resource center for women affected by Domestic Violence”. “Because if I could have been there two days before anything happened to my daughter, it wouldn’t have went down like that”.
The singer discussed the dangers of abuse and said he is opening a foundation called Bobbi Kristina Serenity House. The $20 million inheritance is up for grabs, and everyone wants a cut of Whitney Houston’s money.
Bobbi Kristina was found in the townhome she shared with Nick Gordon, an orphan three years older than her, whom Houston had raised as her own.
Lovely stuff, and we have no doubt that Alicia will be supporting Bobby every step of the way with his new, admirable venture. Bobbi Kristina referred to him as her husband.
Nick Gordon has finally responded to the suit after staging a visit to Bobbi’s grave site (and getting paid $40,000 after tipping off the paparazzi). Many people feel as though Bobbi Kristina was trying to recreate her mother’s death, and that she wanted to die the same way her mom did, as she was completely torn up about losing her mom and never quite healed from that pain.