Bobby Brown is worried about his wife, who just had a seizure. Bobby was heartbroken with grief on Sunday as he attended the funeral for his 22-year-old daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown. But that same day, his wife, Alicia Etherage, experienced a seizure, reported the San Jose Mercury News.
Brown’s wife had the seizure at a hotel in Atlanta, where they were staying for his daughter’s funeral. Alicia recently had a baby girl, and Bobby escorted her to the hospital.
For Brown, it added to the emotions that he’s been struggling with since Bobbi Kristina was found on January 31, facedown and unconscious in her home.
Bobby openly cried when he exited the reception that was held after Bobbi Kristina’s funeral, reported the Daily Mail.
Brown showed his grief when he left the country club where the reception was held. Whitney Houston’s family and Bobby’s family had separate events following the funeral for Whitney’s and Bobby’s only daughter.
The funeral was by invitation only, with the service given by Reverend Michael McQueen. A eulogy, tributes, and prayers quoted from the Bible completed the event.
And for Bobby, it was a chance to show his love for his daughter by crafting a message to her in the program for the funeral.
“I also will always love you,” wrote Brown in Bobbi Kristina’s funeral program.
Also evoking memories of Whitney, the gospel choir sang a song from Houston’s memorial service.
Those who joined Bobby, his wife, and family members included close friends such as actor Michael Jai White. Brown’s daughter was in a silver casket carried into the St. James United Methodist Church by four men.
“It was beautiful. It was wonderful that Whitney was remembered too,” said an observer.
Bobbi Kristina’s grandmother, Cissy Houston, sang “The Lord is my Shepherd.”
After the events of the day, Bobby was exhausted and resting at the hotel. But when Brown’s wife had the seizure, he rode with her in the ambulance to the hospital. Alicia was able to walk into the hospital. The cause of that seizure is not yet known.
As the Inquisitr reported, Bobbi Kristina’s funeral and fortune both have become battlegrounds for Bobby Brown’s and Whitney Houston’s families.
But while some fought, Bobby focused on his grief.
“Krissy was and is an angel. I am completely numb at this time,” said Brown after her death. “My family must find a way to live with her in spirit and honor her memory. Our loss is unimaginable.”
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