Bobby Brown: Bobbi Kristina 'Passed Away' Months Before Public Knew

By Isha Thorpe

February 15, 2018

In a recent interview with Us Weekly, Bobby Brown opened up about his late daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, and how much he still honors her. 

"She was a beautiful young lady. And what she wanted to do with her life, I wish everybody could have seen," the musician said. "Music, entertainment. She was better than me. She was better than her mother (Whitney Houston)." Bobby added: "Her presence is always around me. That’s my baby. There is no way she could disappear from me."

The New Edition singer also spoke about an event called the Celebration of Serenity Gala. Bobby planned it to raise funds for the Bobby Kristina Serenity House, which brings awareness to victims of domestic violence and helps them. The event is taking place on Sunday, March 4, which is one day after Bobbi Kristina would have turned 25.

“I just think people should be aware that they have some place to go. When you are going through bad times and you are going through being abused, Bobbi Kristina’s Serenity House is there for you,” Bobby said. “That’s the easiest way I can say it. It’s too much. Too many women and too many men are being hurt by this disease that people have, abusing people. It’s just not right. I need to do something about it.”

However, there was one moment during the interview that shocked us. As Bobby continued talking about his late daughter, he said: "We do our private things to honor her. She passed away three days before my birthday, so we definitely honor her at all times."

Bobby's birthday is Feb. 5. But, the public became aware that Bobbi Kristina died in July 2015. That means that if she did pass away in February, this would have been five months before the public knew. On the other hand, Bobby could have possibly been referring to Bobbi Kristina going brain dead and he just worded it wrong. But, we don't know for sure. It definitely makes us wonder....

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