- Bobby Brown Jnr's cause of death has been revealed to have been a variety of drugs
- Singer Bobby Brown's son was found dead in his LA home in November 2020 and the case was controversial from day one
- According to an autopsy report, he died after ingesting "a deadly cocktail of drugs"
Bobby Brown Jnr's cause of death has been reportedly revealed to have been narcotics. Bobby died in November 2020 after ingesting "a deadly cocktail of drugs".
According to the document, singer Bobby Brown's son's autopsy and toxicology report listed a deadly combo of alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl.
TMZ reports that the document also states that a witness told cops that Bobby Brown Jnr had drank tequila, taken half a Percocet and then done some cocaine.
The publication reports that Bobby's manner of death is listed as accidental. He was found dead in his LA area home. He was 28 years old.
Twitter users have shared mixed reactions to Bobby's cause of death. Check out some of their comments below:
"So... first off RIP to the dead. Why does everyone in this family have a drug problem?"
"You would think that family would know better than to do drugs by now... Tragic."
"It’s not about knowing better. Addiction is a disease and much of it is hereditary and biologically based."
"I don't get this. 2012, Whitney Houston died from drugs. 2015, her daughter Bobbi died from drugs. 2020, Bobby Brown Jr dies from drugs too. Like WTF. Even if I were into drugs, once I lose someone close as a result of it, I'll vault myself inside a hospital until I'm okay."
In other entertainment news, YEN.com.gh reported that Elliot Page has made history by becoming the first openly transgender man to grace the cover of Time magazine.
The Umbrella Academy actor took to Instagram on Tuesday, 16 March and shared the cover of the latest issue of Time magazine. He captioned his post:
"With deep respect for those who came before me, gratitude for those who have supported me and great concern for the generation of trans youth we must all protect, please join me and decry anti-trans legislation, hate and discrimination in all its forms."
The Hill reports that Elliot spoke out for the first time in the interview with Time since he publicly opened up about being transgender in December 2020. According to the publication, Elliot said he anticipated a lot of support, love and "a massive hatred and transphobia" when he came out.
Elliot also shared that he had a tough time watching movies in which he portrayed more feminine roles. The thespian also shared that getting top surgery in 2020 "completely transformed" his life.