Aspiring hip-hop artist Bobby Brown, Jr. posted a series of angry messages online on Wednesday night (29Jul15), taking aim at voyeurs only interested in reading what he had to say about his family's tragic loss as they struggle to come to terms with the loss of the 22 year old, who died on Sunday (26Jul15) after spending six months in a medically-induced coma.
He wrote, "People don't give a f**k about you unless you relevant, and they don't love you till you're famous or gone. I don't want these follows. This is real life for me, this is my life, my sister. Not a f**king trending topic. People wanna be able to say they feel my pain. But nah. You f**king don't, you have no idea. you haven't been thru half of it. Your follows ain't gonna fill the hole in my heart, and yall gon unfollow me once you stop caring (sic)."
By Thursday morning (30Jul15), Brown, Jr. appeared to have calmed down and decided to delete all of the tweets in question, replacing them with an apology and a request for privacy from his almost 4,000 followers.
He now writes, "Right now, I would like to request privacy. -Thank you".
He also took a moment to clarify who he was lashing out at, insisting, "My frustration wasn't towards people giving me their condolences, it was the fact my followers increased a lot, I find it very morbid.
"Im 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 (sic). I apologize for using vulgar language, it wasn't tasteful."
Brown, Jr. is the New Edition singer's second child with Kim Ward.
Bobbi Kristina, who was a year younger than Brown, Jr., was the veteran star's only child with the late Whitney Houston. The tragic youngster never recovered after she was found face down and unresponsive in the bath tub of her Roswell, Georgia home.
Coroners have yet to rule on her cause of death, but her funeral is expected to take place in Atlanta, Georgia this weekend (01Aug15).
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