After the tragic passing of his son, Bobby Brown Jr., at the age of only 28 years old, Bobby Brown broke the silence, paying tribute to his late child. Here’s what the pained father had to say!
Earlier today, Bobby Brown released a statement via ET, in which he mentioned how ‘devastated’ he is after the untimely passing of his 28 years old son.
‘Please keep my family in your prayers. Losing my son at this time in our lives has truly devastated my family. There’s no words to explain the pain,’ Bobby Brown wrote.
Furthermore, his counsel, Christopher Brown of Brown and Rosen LLC, has also dropped a statement via the same news outlet, suggesting that Bobby Jr., had not been feeling too well in the days leading to his death.
‘Bobby Brown Jr. was not feeling well a couple of days before his death, with flu-like symptoms. This is a tragic loss and we’ll be letting the authorities conduct an investigation of his death.’
An LAPD spokesperson stated that officers from the West LA division were first to respond to a medical emergency call on Wednesday at around 1:50 p.m..
The responders reported finding a male, who was then pronounced dead at the scene. They made it clear that there was no suspicion of any foul play.
In the meantime, Bobby Jr.’s brother, Landon paid tribute to him online as well, posting on the same day that ‘I love you forever King.’
Then, earlier today, he returned to his platform to also share a video of the two of them singing Love Yourself by Justin Bieber together.
In the caption, he wrote: ‘Everything hurts King….’
Another person who shared their grief over losing Bobby Jr. was his girlfriend, Anna Reed, who tweeted earlier today: ‘The heavens gained an angel, but I lost my soul mate.’