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Bobby Brown Honors Late Children Through Charity And Music

Bobby Brown American singer-songwriter and dancer

Bobby Brown recently honored the memory of his late daughter, Bobbi Kristina, at the fourth annual Bobbi Kristina Serenity House Gala in Los Angeles. The event, aimed at raising funds for domestic violence centers, was a heartfelt occasion for Brown and his wife, Alicia Etheredge-Brown. Brown emphasized the importance of support in combating domestic violence, a cause close to his heart due to the tragic loss of his daughter.

Bobbi Kristina's untimely death in 2015, following a domestic violence incident, deeply impacted Brown. He also mourns the loss of his son, Bobby Brown, Jr., who passed away in 2020. Despite the grief, Brown finds solace in therapy, prayer, and keeping busy. He often dreams of his deceased children, finding comfort in seeing their smiling faces.

On a brighter note, Brown has found joy in the resurgence of his R&B group, New Edition. The group was recently inducted into the Hall of Fame at the NAACP Image Awards and is set to return for a second residency in Las Vegas. Brown credits his return to the stage with New Edition as a positive outlet for him.

Reflecting on his journey of healing, Brown acknowledges the therapeutic value of honoring his children's memory and advocating against domestic violence. Through his ongoing efforts to support others and seek personal healing, Brown continues to navigate his grief while finding moments of joy in his music career.

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