Bobby Brown has left his mark on the industry in many different ways, and he has experienced a lot that has made him the man that he is today.
Earlier this month, Rolling Stone caught up with the singer backstage at the Ladies Night R&B Super Jam in New York City. During the interview, he talked about prominent events throughout his life, including the passing of both Whitney Houston and their daughter Bobbi Kristina.
This year with February 11th marking six years since Whitney’s passing, Brown was asked about what he thought was the most misunderstood thing about her.
“I don’t think she died from drugs,” he said.
“She was really working hard on herself to try to be a sober person and, um [pauses] she was a great woman.”
According to the site, wife Alicia Etheredge-Brown interjected and mentioned that there were drugs found in Whitney’s system. However, Brown felt that being broken-hearted is what led to the late songstresses’ death.
Brown also mentioned that if there were any justice in the death of his daughter Bobbi Kristina, Nick Gordon would be locked up.
“If he was locked up somewhere where somebody can rape him. That’s just how I feel. He raped me by taking my daughter away,” said Brown.
Brown also spoke about his organization Serenity House, which was developed to help women facing domestic violence.
“Domestic violence is just the worst sh*t in the world,” he said. “We started the Serenity House because women will go through it and think they are wrong like it’s their fault. So we’re doing this to build houses like safe havens for women that are being abused to get away from the relationship and get some therapy spiritually and mentally.”
Check out the full interview here.