Bobby Brown, Jr.
Blasts New Followers
On Twitter Following
Bobbi Kristina’s Death
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s brother Bobby Brown, Jr. is not pleased with the attention he is getting following her death. He has taken to Twitter to shut down the instant popularity he’s obtained since her death last Sunday.
"People really dont give a f--- about you unless your (sic) relevant, and they don't love you till your famous or gone. I don't want these follows. This is real life for me, this is my life, my sister. Not a f------trending topic,” he wrote on Wednesday.
Bobbi Kristina, Bobby Jr. and their family. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
“People wanna be able to say they feel my pain. But nah. You f------ don’t, you have no idea. you haven’t been thru half of it.”
The tweets were deleted by Wednesday morning, and his account settings are now private. He offered an apology for the profane-ridden rant before blocking his tweets.
“My frustration wasn't towards people giving me their condolences, it was the fact my followers increased a lot, I find it very morbid,” the aspiring hip-hop artist explained.
Bobbi Kristina Brown. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
“Im (sic) not after 15 minutes of fame, or money. For the record, I make my own money proudly. I work very hard in the field I've chose to pursue.”
Bobbi passed after spending five months unconscious following a drowning incident in her bathtub. Funeral arrangements have not been disclosed, and law enforcement officials are investigating her death.
Our continued condolences go out to her loved ones.