Bobby Brown has postponed the the Australian leg of his tour to remain by his daughter Bobbi Kristina’s side, who is still fighting for her life at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
“Bobby Brown’s upcoming Australian Tour featuring special guests Treach and Kay-Gee from Naughty By Nature, has been postponed to May to allow Bobby Brown to spend further time with his family,” a statement read on the Australian website, Ticketek.
Bobbi Kristina was found unresponsive, face down in a bathtub full of water on January 31 at her Roswell, Ga townhouse. Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s only child together has been in a medically induced coma for over three weeks and has been surrounded by friends and family since.
This week, drama between the family and Krissi’s longtime boyfriend, Nick Gordon grew to new heights after Gordon slammed the aspiring singer’s father for not allowing him to see her.
“Your daughter is going to hate you when she wakes up,” Gordon tweeted about Brown on Monday. “It’s not like you know her anyways. What’s her favorite color? What’s her favorite smell, movie, food? You don’t know. I forgive you, she won’t.”
Bobby has prohibited Gordon from seeing his 21-year-old daughter because he has refused to give information to law enforcement and the family about the events which led up to Bobbi’s hospitalization. However, according to Brown’s lawyer, Christopher Brown, the former New Edition singer was open to allowing Nick to visit Krissi if he met the family’s terms and conditions, but Gordon failed to do so.
“To address the continued and never-ending media requests for comment about Mr. Gordon’s requests to visit Bobbi Kristina, let me be very clear: Mr. Gordon was offered an opportunity to potentially visit Bobbi Kristina, and he declined to meet the terms of any possible visit,” Brown’s attorney said in a statement.
In response to Brown’s [lawyer] statement, Gordon’s team sent HipHollywood the following statement.
“Bobby Brown has consistently prohibited Nick, who Bobbi Kristina would want by her side, from being there. Per his own words, Mr. Brown has only “offered an opportunity to potentially meet with Bobbi Kristina” if Nick were to meet certain conditions, conditions that we, his attorneys, have advised him not to meet, particularly in light of Mr. Brown’s inability to guarantee access.”
“But in an effort to do all he can to visit, Nick has repeatedly offered to meet with Mr. Brown privately to discuss his request in person, rather than through lawyers. Those offers have also been rejected. We hope Mr. Brown has a change of heart.”