- Bobby Brown's son Bobby Jr was found dead in his apartment on November 17
- The singer has now spoken out following the tragic passing of the 28-year-old
- In a statement, Bobby asked for prayers as he said the loss had left his family devasted
American singer, Bobby Brown, has been thrown into mourning following the tragic passing of his son, Bobby Jr, in his apartment on Tuesday, November 17.
According to Mirror, the 51-year-old was seen at the gates of the apartment complex where Bobby Jr lived, speaking to detectives as they appeared to examine CCTV footage together.
Brown in a statement released called on the public to pray for his family as Bobby's passing has left them devasted.
"Please keep my family in your prayers at this time. Losing my son at this point in our lives has devastated my family."
According to the father who is in pains, there are no words to explain how he feels.
He asked that the family’s privacy be respected at this trying time in their lives, adding that there will be no further comment.
According to one of his friends, Karey Graves, Bobby Jr was ill before his death and had even called her saying he feared he wasn't going to make it.
The friend said he was coughing 'intensely' during the call and seemingly had a heavy cold. He was pronounced dead on Wednesday, November 18.
Although it is unclear the circumstances surrounding his death, police say no foul play has been suspected.
On Thursday afternoon, Los Angeles Police Department detectives were seen looking at CCTV footage at the apartment complex, where they were joined by Bobby.
The tragic death comes five years after Bobby's daughter with Whitney Houston, Bobbi Kristina, was found lifeless in a bath.
Kristina's death was eerily similar to that of her mother Whitney, who was also found to have drowned in a bath of a hotel.
In other news, the former boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown, Nick Gordon also died at the tender age of 30. Gordon’s attorney confirmed the tragic news.
Joe S Habachy said in his statement that he was there with a heavy heart, learning that his client of many years, Nicholas Chad Gordon, had passed away.