Jada Picket Smith has been holding interviews on her platform Red Table Talk on Facebook Watch featuring her mother and daughter. On yesterday’s show, she sat down with Bobby Brown where he spoke about his struggles with drug and alcohol addiction. Also about his relationship with Whitney Housten and most recently losing his son Bobby Jr. and his daughter Bobbi Kristina. He was joined by his current wife Alicia Etheredge-Brown where they spoke openly about the struggles they’ve gone through in recent years.
You can find the full video here and see how Bobby is trying to write a new chapter of his life, learning from his past mistakes and overcoming the struggles of addiction.
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This powerful interview brings a great discussion; the rise of young people using opioids and some dying from the laced drugs has been on the rise. With his daughter, Bobbi Kristina’s drug and alcohol death, in addition to his son Bobby Jr. dying of a laced-drug overdose, Bobby talked about how he’s ashamed of his past drug use and making drugs seem normal to his kids.
He also wants to rid his “bad boy” reputation and show that this part of his life is much different from the days of old. Here we have the powerful interview that’s a great conversation for families to have to protect the next generation.
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Talking with kids about grief isn’t easy, but it is something you can navigate with care. See how Bobby Brown and Alicia Etheredge-Brown approached those conversations.
Bobby Brown really opens up to Jada and her family bring a great discussion, also he makes some explosive allegations of Whitney’s and Bobbi’s death. Shortly after her death, the Bobbi Kristina Serenity House was founded in 2015 and Bobby is very proud of the work that they’re doing, to help people struggling with addiction.
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