The singer/songwriter requested some time alone with the body of his 22-year-old daughter, who died last week following six months in a coma, at the Murray Brothers Funeral Home in Atlanta on Friday (31.07.15).
A source close to the musician told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''He asked to have some time, with Bobbi, just the two of them.
''It was the last time he sees his daughter's body before the funeral on Saturday, followed by her burial in New Jersey on Monday.
''He left at around 10pm, he wanted to be with her for as long as he possibly could, it was his chance to say his final private goodbye.''
The aspiring actress and singer is set to be put to rest in a funeral today (01.08.15) although controversy has surrounded the ceremony, which is rumoured to have a ''sweet 16'' theme.
Bobbi's godmother Dionne Warwick is reportedly threatening to boycott the funeral due to the inappropriate theme and according to TMZ, members of the Brown family are worried photos of the deceased star's body may be taken while she's in her casket and sold to the media, which is what happened to Bobbi's mother, Whitney Houston.
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