WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - Months after Bobbi Kristina Brown’s tragic death, Bobby Brown said angels are “keeping him on the right path.”
The singer and songwriter opened up on Good Day DC Friday morning.
“I’ve got a beautiful wife and a beautiful family that have kept me. And I just feel great. I’m just moving on with life,” Brown said.
He also has a new baby girl, 5-month-old Bodhi, to keep him very busy.
Reflecting on a difficult year that included the death of his 22-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina, the star said he is thankful for the support he has received.
“What keeps me moving is that I know I have more angels now watching over me. My mom, her [Bobbi Kristina], even Whitney,” Brown said.
He also said prayers from his fans have meant the world to him.
Brown, who told us that music is therapeutic for him, will perform at the Howard Theatre on Friday night. Tickets are still available.
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