- American singer Bobby Brown says that he knows who is responsible for the death of Whitney Houston
- Bobby also blamed the same person, Nick Gordon, for the death of his beloved daughter Bobbi Kristina
- Singer Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina died similar deaths, overdosing from drugs in the bathtub
Bobby Brown believes that one person is responsible for the deaths of his ex-wife Whitney Houston and his daughter Bobby Kristina. Bobby believes that the late Nick Gordon is responsible for their deaths.
Nick Gordon was Bobby Kristina's boyfriend at the time of her passing and her father believes that he is the one who gave his daughter and Whitney the drugs that ended their lives. The singer opened up about this during Jada Smith's talk show, The Red Table Talk.
Nick was found legally liable for Bobby Kristina's death and the Brown family believed that he was responsible for the longest time.
When asked if he thinks Nick is responsible for Whitney's death too, Bobby said that he "believes so". Bobby thinks that Nick was responsible because he was present for both Bobby Kristina and Whitney's deaths. They both suffered from drug overdoses in bathtubs.
Police investigated Gordon in connection with Bobbi's death for years, but he was never charged with the crime.
He was never a known suspect in Whitney's death. Nick Gordon died on 1 January 2020, of a heroin overdose.
In other world celebrity news, Briefly News reported that Snoop Dogg remembered DMX and spoke fondly of their memories. American rapper Snoop Dogg is saddened by the passing of his friend DMX and spoke about the first time they met.
Snoop appeared virtually on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and looked back on their memories together. Before DMX's passing, he did a Verzuz rap battle with Snoop Dogg where they performed their hit songs.
Snoop feels grateful to have had the experience with his friend and said it showed that people in hip-hop can still show love to each other.
"We had God in the building with us that night and that makes me feel good about DMX's transition, to know that he's off to a better place and he's finally got his angel wings," said Snoop Dogg.
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