Bobby Brown in tears after contact with ex-wife Whitney Houston and late daughter Bobbi Kristina


Bobby Brown was purportedly reconnected with late ex-wife Whitney Houston and deceased daughter Bobbi Kristina on Wednesday’s episode of Hollywood Medium.
The 48-year-old singer appeared on the E! show for a session with celebrity clairvoyant medium Tyler Henry, 21.
Brown said he was in a ‘therapeutic time’ in his life as he met Henry who claimed to know nothing about the singer.


Henry first got in touch with Brown’s construction worker father Herbert who died in December.
The ‘medical intuitive’ noted that he died of cancer after smoking and stopping and was the ‘center of attention’ in the afterlife.

Brown confirmed his father quit smoking ‘for 30 years’ and was a ‘talkative type of guy’.
Henry then appeared to be making contact with Houston, who died in February 2012 after accidentally drowning in a hotel bathtub.

‘Her heart. Very clear. No matter how I died, I need them to know my heart,’ said Henry as he claimed to relay a message from Houston.
‘Oh boy. She used drugs but the way she passed is not a way that I can accept,’ Brown said.


Henry then said that Houston was relaying from beyond the grave the circumstances of her death,

‘Heart is fundamentally what she perceives as the catalyst,’ he told Brown.
He added that Houston was ‘selective’ and ‘not giving me a ton’.
Henry then told Brown that his famous ex-wife helped their daughter Bobbi Kristina ‘transition’ when she died aged 22 in July 2015 after being found unresponsive in a bathtub.

‘I was there to hold her hand when she made her transition,’ Henry told the former New Edition member from his ex-wife.
He then referenced a Tina Turner impersonation and said his daughter loved him.
‘Tina Turner thing is amazing. My daughter used to dress like Tina Turner and run around the house doing all of Tina Turner’s dances. Nobody could’ve known that,’ Brown said as he wiped tears away.

 

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