Can we all just collectively pray for Bobby Brown? 

Bobby recently sat down with “The Red Table Talk” hosts and bore his soul.

While we are aware of the many hardships Bobby Brown has endured, hearing about it all at once is truly heartbreaking. The man just can’t seem to catch a break. 

Bobby has experienced many things in life.

He’s had success, superstardom, battled substance abuse, and suffered significant loss.

Bobby lost his mother to a heart attack in 2010 and his father to cancer in 2012.

His ex-wife, Whitney Houston, passed of drowning and drug intoxication in February 2012, and eerily enough his daughter, Bobbi Kristina, passed in the same manner in 2015.

Most recently, his son, Bobby Brown Jr., passed away from a drug-related death in November 2020.

Somehow Bobby continues to show up.

In the latest news, Bobby Brown Jr.’s toxicology report reveals that he died from a fatal mixture of cocaine, alcohol, and fentanyl.

In the sit-down at the Red Table, Bobby says his son wasn’t a user and was just experimenting.

He also tells us that there is an ongoing investigation for the person(s) responsible for Bobby Brown Jr’s death.

He stands strong in his belief that Nick Gordon contributed to if not caused both Whitney and Bobbi Kristina’s deaths.

A little-known fact is that Bobbi Kristina had been planning to stay with her father before her death. 

Bobby Brown - Bobbi Kristina

Bobby discusses that he’s 19 years clean from narcotics and coming up on one year of sobriety from alcohol.

He admits to suppressing his feelings in regards to the tragedies he’s experienced because he will never receive answers.

Bobby looks good, but I can only imagine what constantly goes on in his mind.

His wife, Alicia Etheredge-Brown, did tell us that they have many therapists, but it has to be hard to constantly be in mourning. 

Bobby Brown and wife Alicia Etheredge-Brown on Easter

I got 2nd, 3rd, and 4th chances at life. There’s something that God wants me to do. I haven’t done it yet.

If resilience was a person, it would be Bobby Brown.

Watch the full “Red Table Talk” interview below.