The Rickey Smiley Morning Show discussed the life and career of music legend Bobby Brown since he lost his two children. According to Gary With Da Tea, Bobby Brown said he has been having a beautiful recurring dream about his children.
Bobby Brown said, “I’ve always seen them at beaches, in fields,” he told People Magazine.
The musical genius was talking about his late children Bobbi Kristina Brown and his son Bobby Jr., who died at the age of 22 and 27 in 2015 and 2020, respectively, both due to drug abuse, said Gary.
Bobby Brown continued to explain the dream, saying that the children were running away, but they were laughing and always together.
“I didn’t have many dreams about Bobbi Kristina before Bobby Jr. died, but then all of a sudden [lots] of dreams started coming in,” said Bobby Brown.
Gary said the 53-year-old music star opened up to People Magazine ahead of the release of his new docuseries “Bobby Brown,” premiering on May 30.
Allegedly, the two-part series delves into his tumultuous life, including his battle with addiction and his ill-fated marriage to superstar Whitney Houston, along with his most profound sadness, the loss of his two children, said Gary.
Fans are anticipating the release of the docuseries, said Gary.
“I feel like this docuseries is going to be really interesting when it comes out because we’ve been hearing a lot about it, and I can’t wait to see it,” said Gary.