Bobby Brown has given his first interview over the death of Bobbi Kristina, saying he comforts himself with the belief that ex-wife Whitney Houston ‘called my daughter with her’.
The singer said in a sit-down with syndicated daytime talk show The Real, set to air September 14 that he and his family did all they could do for his daughter before her July death, six months after she was found unconscious in the bathtub of her Georgia home in mysterious circumstances.
‘We prayed in hope for six months, you know, for something better to happen, but when god calls you he calls you,’ Brown, supported by wife Alicia Etheredge Brown, says on the show.
Brown, 46, continued about Houston: ‘She was not comfortable by herself, I guess, and she just called my daughter with her.’
On January 31, the 21-year-old Bobbi Kristina was found face down and unconscious in a bathtub in the Roswell home she shared with Nick Gordon.
She was rushed to hospital and spent six months in a coma and on life support, before being moved to Peachtree Christain Hospice, where she passed away on July 26.
What happened to Bobbi Kristina is still being investigated by authorities in Fulton County, Georgia. A final autopsy report is yet to be handed down.
Bobbi Kristina’s death was eerily similar to that of her famous mother, who was found dead in a bathtub in Los Angeles in 2012.