- US singer Bobby Brown's son, Bobby Brown Jr, has been found dead at the tender age of 28
- Los Angeles law enforcement responded to a call of a medical emergency and found the body of the deceased at the scene
- Bobby Jr's untimely death comes just five years after the accidental death of his half-sister Bobbi Kristina Brown
Bobby Brown has lost another child. The music icon's son, Bobby Jr. passed away at 28. His sudden death comes only five years after his sister, Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away.
The death was confirmed by Bobby Brown's eldest son Landon Brown in an Instagram post. Taking to the social media platform, Landon posted:
"I love you forever King."
According to E! News Los Angeles law enforcement responded to a report of a medical emergency on Wednesday, 18 November. When they arrived on the scene, they found the body of the deceased.
No further details have been given of the cause of death, pending a coroner's examination. However, police have said that no foul play was suspected.
Bobby Jr was one of seven of Bobby's children. He appeared in the family's reality show Being Bobby Brown. He had aspirations to follow in his famous father's footsteps and had recently released a single tiled Say Something.
His untimely death comes just five years after half-sibling Bobbi Kristina Brown. The daughter of late singer Whitney Houston was found unconscious in a bathtub and succumbed to the trauma six months later. Bobbi was only 22 at the time of her death.
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Bobby Brown's late wife Whitney Houston, who passed away 8 years ago, was made into a hologram. The holographic Houston made its way on a European tour earlier this year.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the tour kicked off with the first show held in Sheffield on the 25th February.
The concert consisted of many of Houston’s biggest hits. Naturally, I Will Always Love You, will be on that list. Pat Houston, who is the singer’s sister-in-law, collaborated with BASE Hologram when producing this super show. The company was responsible in creating a hologram of Whitney. Pat commented that she felt the time was right to put together something that Whitney would have wanted.
The superstar who sadly died in 2012 was only 48.
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