Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Bobby Brown Admits He Could Have Been a Better Parent


Bobby Brown admits he and Whitney Houston failed Bobbi Kristina as parents...

In a sit down with Good Morning America's Robin Roberts Bobby candidly admits,
“We could have been better. We should have been better."
Bobby and Whitney's daughter Bobbi Kristina died at age 22 six months after she was found submerged in her bathtub with a lethal combination of drugs in her system.

Bobby Brown's interview with Robin Roberts airs tonight on 20/20.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Duh! Too late now.

Anonymous said...

I agree. They both should have done much better.

Anonymous said...

He really should shut the fuck up or only speak for himself.

Anonymous said...

Cosign @ 8:33am

He needs to stop speaking about Whitney altogether. She has passed and cannot defend herself.

No point in trying to rewrite history now, Bobby. We all know the real deal. Let them rest in peace and move on with your own life and what's left of your career.

Bobby is still an addict and alcoholic. He just got out of rehab...again. He should focus on getting himself together.

Anonymous said...

He can't make money on his own. He has to continue to speak on Whitney in order to get money. Loser.

The King Of The Real said...

stop talking Bobby

Anonymous said...

Bobby is talking because the guilt is eating him alive. Bobby sold his soul many decades ago.

TOO REAL said...

Finally he admits to it.

Malika JustMalika said...

He has every right to speak on his daughter and ex wife. Dude's load is heavy. I think he's getting older and looking back and starting to reflect. It can't be easy to bury a child and know that she was raised in a violent home, watching her parents do drugs. Bobby is hurting. And if this interview allows him to heal, even just a little, I say to let him have it.

Anonymous said...

Well. He should have spoken when they were alive. Now the women that he was supposed to love and support are dead, which most likely he could have prevented, now he wants to talk.

Anonymous said...

There's a lot of things we all could have done different. Some people are blessed enough to be able to call the loved ones they've hurt and work things out. Other people aren't so lucky. My dad regrets being on drugs when his mother died. It can't be easy to know that your actions could have saved not just one life, but two. And not just random lives, your child and the mother of your child. One thing I hate the most about the internet is how it brings out the worst in anonymous bloggers. Things like compassion and sympathy are gone. Everyone wants to sit on a keyboard and talk shit. We're all just human tho.

Anonymous said...

Amen @ 1:33 and 1:14! I don't know why the hate is so strong for Bobby. He's certainly had his share of problems - many that he's created - but to my knowledge he has never been known as a vile person. He could have done better. He wishes he had. You have to begin healing at someplace. I hope he finds peace and is able to live well for himself and his children remaining.

Anonymous said...

This man will carry guilt for the rest of his life. He needs money, that's why he's telling his story. All for money, he's getting paid for his book. Whitney was his cash cow then and now.

Anonymous said...

I see that most of y'all didn't watch the interview and just sound stupid. I don't see anything wrong with what he said. They were addicts. Of course they could've been better parents.

And 3:47...when he got with Whitney, he had more money than she did and he made his own money while they were together. She never bankrolled him. And he's still making money...not only residuals/royalties from his past work but he's still doing shows.

Anonymous said...

When will Whitney and BK share some of the blame for their death. Whitney a shelter kid that wanted to break out and do her thing. If anyone is the blame for her doing drugs it's herself.Also who knows, maybe she didn't want Bobby to discipline BK. Maybe she wanted BK to have that freedom that she didn't have. I say it's their own fault.

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