Bobby Brown's book is shaping up to be a doozy. As reported by the Inquisitr, Brown admitted that he was once mounted by a ghost who attempted to have sex with him in his creepy Georgia mansion. Bobby insisted he wasn't high when the sex with a ghost occurred.
According to Us Weekly, Bobby's house was owned by Mike Thevis, the "Scarface of porn." Brown claims to have seen supernatural things in the home.
"I sensed that a lot of evil s*** had gone down in that house while Thevis lived there. To this day I believe that house was haunted. … We would often see white women walk down the hallway. … One memorable night, one of the ghosts descended from the ceiling and had sex with me. After you stop laughing, I need you to hear what I'm saying because I'm not making this up. And let me add this: This was before I ever touched any drug besides weed and alcohol."
Now Brown's new memoir, titled Every Little Step, is revealing more sex secrets that Bobby alleges Whitney Houston held close. According to Brown's book, Whitney not only smoked weed with their daughter, Houston also had an affair with Tupac Shakur.As reported by Page Six, Bobby admitted to cheating on Whitney with plenty of women. But he also claimed that Houston was no angel in their marriage, waiting piously for Bobby to come home all the time. Instead, Brown alleged that Whitney had sex with "quite a few" of the artists and producers Houston worked with in the industry. One of those famous names thrown into the mix was Tupac.
For those who were fans of Shakur, they know that the "I Get Around" bad-boy rapper seemed an unlikely affair partner for Whitney on the outset, but Bobby has reported in interviews that Whitney's good-girl image was just a front. Houston was just like a regular homegirl from the hood, Bobby has said.Indeed, Newsweek reported Whitney's reaction when asked about Tupac after his death.
"Were you and Tupac Shakur friends?"
"[Long pause.] Yes, we were friends, and I remember the last thing I ever said to him. It was at the Waiting to Exhale party last year, and I was so surprised to see him because I didn't know he'd gotten out of jail. So I waved him over, and we hugged and I told him, 'Baby, you got to promise me something--don't let them get you.' And he said, 'I won't.' That was the last thing I ever said to him, and he didn't do it. It hurt my heart for him to die."
Brown's book details his rise to fame from Roxbury, Massachusetts, to his New Edition days and beyond.
Some of the most interesting revelations in the book include Bobby's time being married to Whitney. Now 47, Bobby also included some of the famous names he has slept with, including Janet Jackson and Madonna.
Brown also sets the record straight for those who believed Bobby was the one who got Whitney started on drugs. Brown claims that it was on their wedding day when he first saw Whitney use cocaine and claimed that Houston offered some to him, but he refused to indulge at that time.
Eventually, Brown said he did join Whitney in doing drugs, sometimes for days on end, and wrote that they'd get a babysitter to watch over Bobbi Kristina Brown. Bobby claims to now be clean from drugs but admits that he still has a problem with alcohol.
According to Brown, while Bobby gave up the drugs, Houston continued. Whitney died in 2012 at the age of 48. Bobbi Kristina died in 2015.
Bobby's book has testimonials that claimed Nick Gordon, Bobbi, and Whitney all smoked marijuana together.
"They all started smoking pot together. Yes, she [Whitney] was smoking with them."
Whitney's date of birth was August 9, 1963. Tupac's date of birth was June 16, 1971. That means Shakur was eight years younger than Houston.
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