Bobby Brown has already spoken candidly this week about his past drug use. And in the second part of his sit down interview with Today host Matt Lauer this morning, the singer opened up about his concern for his 19-year-old daughter Bobbi Brown abuse of narcotics.
According to the Daily Mail report, Brown addressed reports about Bobbi’s alleged cocaine and marijuana use, telling Lauer: ‘I will always be worried about that.’
However the 43-year-old then went on to say he doesn’t believe his daughter, from his marriage to the late Whitney Houston, is currently in any real danger.
He went on: ‘I know what she is actually doing. I think people are, you know, making assumptions of what my daughter is and how strong she is.
‘People tend to want to control strong-willed people. And that’s what I see. … I am her father. She talks to me about everything.’
Bobbi was pictured smoking what appeared to be marijuana from a bong in snaps published on the cover of the National Enquirer in the wake of her mother’s death. She was also previously photographed snorting what appeared to be cocaine.
There were also numerous reports about Bobbi getting ‘wasted’ in the wake of Whitney’s death in February.
The father of five was joined by three of his other four children, who defended his bad boy reputation, making reference to how Brown stormed out of Whitney’s funeral.
‘We were the entourage,’ his daughter LaPrincia explained, saying they were unwilling to be separated.
Brown’s son Landon explained: ‘They sat us and you know, I saw someone talk to my dad… but I didn’t know what they were saying, until he tapped me and said, “Let’s go.”‘
Bobby said he only decided to up and leave after security had approached him three times and asked him to seat his entourage elsewhere.
‘I decided that, you know, it’d be best if I just left,’ he explained. ‘I kissed the casket, and me and my children left the building.’
He hasn’t been in touch with the Houston family since although says attempts to reach out to Whitney’s mother Cissy were unsuccessful.
In the first part of his Today interview, Bobby addressed persistent reports he was responsible for introducing his former wife to drugs.
But he hit back saying: ‘I didn’t get high [on narcotics] before I met Whitney. I smoked weed, I drank the beer, but no, I wasn’t the one that got Whitney on drugs at all.’
He says drugs were a part of the singer’s life ‘way way before’ they got together. They married in 1993 before divorcing in 2007.
Brown adds: ‘It’s just unexplainable how one could, [say that I] got her addicted to drugs. I’m not the reason she’s gone.’
Houston, was found dead in a Beverly Hills hotel bathtub on February 11 from what authorities called accidental drowning brought on by cocaine use and heart disease. White powder and drug paraphernalia were found in the bathroom where she died.



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