Bobby Brown: 'Bobbi Kristina Is Not Going Home to Die'

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Bobby Brown (Getty Images)
Bobby Brown (Getty Images)

Bobby Brown is focused on his daughter's health — and doesn't have time for the latest round of rumors.

The "My Prerogative" singer, 46, issued a new statement on Friday about the well-being of his daughter with Whitney Houston, Bobbi Kristina Brown, who was found unresponsive in her bathtub on Jan. 31. In addition to expressing his frustration over "frequent side shows," he vowed to bring to justice the person responsible for his daughter's injuries.

"Due to the numerous false reports and sensationalism regarding Bobbi Kristina over the last two weeks, there is a need to comment," Bobby said through his attorney. "Bobbi Kristina is not going home to die as numerous news affiliates and websites have reported."

The statement continued, "Furthermore, let me be clear, Bobby Brown has not made any comments to TMZ or any reporting agency, despite the TMZ article reporting that he is feuding/angry with his sister Leolah Brown. Bobby Brown never gave an interview to TMZ."

Brown with Bobbi Kristina (Facebook)
Brown with Bobbi Kristina (Facebook)

Earlier this week, Leolah posted a lengthy Facebook message saying Bobbi Kristina "has been improving and taken off life support." However, she blasted Pat Houston, who is married to Whitney's brother Gary, for saying she wanted to "pull the plug" because "it's costing too much money to keep her alive." TMZ ran an article Thursday claiming that Bobby said his sister was lying.

"Unless you hear it directly from me or through my attorney, do not believe any words attributed to me. I am making decisions with Pat Houston and we are working together for the medical care of my daughter. I do not have time for the frequent side shows that others choose to engage in almost on a daily basis," said Bobby, who also asked people not to support his nephew Jerod Brown in his Bobbi Kristina Prayer Tour.

Bobby ended the statement by saying, "Right now we are focused on Bobbi Kristina’s medical prognosis and the criminal investigation. These are the priorities for us. Whoever had a hand in causing my daughter's injuries needs to be brought to justice."

Bobbi Kristina was at home with adoptive brother/boyfriend/possible husband Nick Gordon when she was found unconscious in the tub. The incident was eerily similar to how her late mother was discovered when she died in 2012.

Last week, Gordon was photographed for the first time since he completed a stint in rehab. It was an intervention on Dr. Phil, during which he admitted to excessive drinking and taking Xanax, that led Gordon to seek treatment.