‘Bobby Brown’ Hours After Whitney Houston’s Death, Plays Tribute To Her!

American R&B singer-songwriter, occasional rapper, and dancer, Bobby Brown dedicates his concert after the death of Whitney Houston. Just this Saturday a very heartbroken Brown has taken to a stage in Mississippi following the death of his ex-wife to pay tribute to her.

“I would like to say, I love you Whitney,” Brown reportedly told attendees. “The hardest thing for me to do is to come on this stage.”

Also at the time of intermission, her fans sang to her song “You Give Good Love,” the Associated Press reports. The pair Brown and Houston had been married from 1992 till 1997; they do have a daughter together called Bobbi Kristina.

 At this moment Brown, himself has not a made an official statement of the death but the remaining members of the band have said that they are

“are absolutely shocked and saddened by the sudden and untimely death of our dear sister Whitney.”

The statement, provided to TMZ, continues,

“As a group, we are extremely close; when one of us hurts, we all hurt.”

 “As much as we are in pain right now, we will continue to draw strength from God, as we support and comfort our brother Bobby, their daughter Bobbi-Christina and Whitney’s mother Cissy Houston,” the statement adds.

It concludes,

“Our thoughts and prayers remain with the entire Brown-Houston family today and always.”

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