Bobby Brown believes that Nick Gordon was responsible not only for the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, but also that of Whitney Houston.
The New Edition singer, 52, said he believes Gordon, who died at 30 on New Years Day 2020 from a heroin overdose, provided his late daughter and ex – woman died the drugs that had killed them.
“Absolutely. Definitely,” Bobby replied Wednesday when asked on Facebook Watch’s “Red Table Talk” if he believed Bobbi Kristina’s ex-fiancé was providing the drugs. “He was the only one there with the drug. the two situations with my ex-wife and my daughter, and they both died the same way. “
Houston and Bobbi Kristina were discovered unresponsive in tubs just three years apart. The “I Will Always Love You” singer died aged 48 in 2012 after drowning while addicted to cocaine, while the former couple’s only child had benzodiazepines and other drugs in his system before dying in palliative care in 2015 at age 22.
Bobby claimed in Wednesday’s episode of the Facebook Watch series that Gordon was a “party favor” for Houston and Bobbi Kristina.
“I think that’s my take on who I think this young man was around my daughter and my ex-wife,” he said.
Bobby further speculated that Gordon’s allegedly abusive and controlling behavior also led to his daughter’s disappearance.
“She was unfortunately stuck in a relationship, an abusive relationship, with a boy who basically controlled her to the point where her life was taken,” he said.
Bobby revealed during the interview that he wanted to meet Gordon, who was found legally responsible for Bobbi Kristina’s death in September 2016, but he never got the chance because the “My Prerogative” singer Was in rehab when Gordon passed away.
These days, Bobby – who also lost his 28-year-old son, Bobby Brown Jr., to drugs in November 2020 – is focused on moving forward.
“It was tough, and it’s still tough. I think about it every day, ”he said of the loss of Houston and Bobbi Kristina. “[The pain is] belittle. I keep this away from me as much as possible because I couldn’t do anything then and I can’t do anything now.