Bobby Brown Welcomes Daughter With Alicia Etheredge-Brown
While Bobbi Kristina Brown is in hospice care with very little change since being found in her Atlanta tub in January, her family has continued to expand and go on without her. Father Bobby Brown seems to be the one who is making the most out of life despite his daughter being on the verge of death. He celebrated his birthday while she was in the hospital earlier this year on life support with a posse of about twenty people and now, wife Alicia Etheredge-Brown has given him a new addition. Ha…see what I did there? Anyway, the couple, who are already parents to Cassius, 5, welcomed a baby girl Bodhi Jameson Rein last Saturday, according to a birth certificate obtained by TMZ.
It seemed as though this was a rough month for Bobby when he performed at a fourth of July concert and kept forgetting his own lyrics and breaking down. Though the crowd said that they understood, was that really the place that he should have been? While all of this is going on, Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend/husband Nick Gordon has been charged with a ten million dollar lawsuit and there was already a restraining order against him, according to aunt Pat Houston. The family believed that Gordon, who was Bobbi’s adopted brother, married his “sister” but then it came to light, after she was hospitalized that they were never legally married. It also came out that he had been abusive in the past; their drug dealer died in the past few weeks.
Though the family has said in a statement that they are leaving Bobbi’s condition to God now, Radar caught photos of Whitney Houston’s grave site. It was being dug up, seemingly to accommodate another person, that one being her twenty-two year old daughter. TMZ had also reported that a deathbed photo of Bobbi was being shopped around though they refused to purchase it. It was said to have been taken by a family member who was in the room with Bobbi at one point. Congratulations to Bobby for the new life he has helped create and hopefully, this story will have a much more positive outcome.