Bobby Brown has denied reports that Whitney Houston's family are prohibiting him from attending her funeral, which will take place at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J., on Saturday (Feb. 18). TMZ reported that Brown was banned from the service but a source told ABC News that it was not true.
The music community is still in mourning over the untimely death of Whitney Houston. This past weekend, Whitney's grief-stricken ex-husband Bobby Brown performed with New Edition in Mississippi just hours after learning that his former wife had passed away. Members of N.E. released a statement regarding the death of the late pop icon.
According to People, Brown arrived at LAX airport Sunday night (Feb. 12) at 9PM with a posse of handlers. "Bobby had a blank stare and looked exhausted," noticed one onlooker. "His friends seemed concerned about him and they surrounded him as they walked through the airport."
While the world mourns the death of Whitney Houston, her passing hit home especially hard for ex husband, Bobby Brown. Just hours after learning of Houston's shocking and untimely passing, Brown broke down in tears onstage, dedicating his entire live performance to his former love and mother to their daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown.
Bobby Brown warns haters to 'Get Out the Way' in his new single, which lets the world know that this former New Edition member is headed back to the top as the "next best thing."