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Rumor has it, Bobby Brown has been warned by Houston's family not to attend the Saturday, February 18 funeral although he reportedly wants to be there to support daughter Bobbi Kristina.
The ex-husband told his audience in Southaven, Mississippi, 'I love Whitney', and had to compose himself several times during his performance.
Brown has spoken out to defend Bobbi Kristina over a substance abuse speculation allegation, convincing public that his daughter wouldn't partake in drugs issues.
Bobbi Kristina has taken it to her Twitter to clarify the tabloid's allegation, claiming her former boyfriend went to the tabloid in an act of revenge for a horrible relationship that went sour.
He and Black Eyed Peas bandmate Taboo showed some dance moves while Brown sang his hit 'My Prerogative'.
Brown's mother Carole died on January 20, and her former daughter-in-law paid respect by singing at her funeral on January 31.
'I am experiencing a tremendous loss, but I vow to celebrate her life in every way that I can with my entire family,' the singer says in a statement.
Though they were 'little dances moves', the former boxer 'almost had a heart attack' because he was not in shape when training his dance debut in the Funny Or Die video.
His lawyers have negotiated a term of how he would pay for his children's college education fund.
The crowd shouted and screamed as the singer got down on one knee and asked Alicia Etheridge to be his wife on stage of the annual Funk Fest.
Fathering two teenage children from Kim Ward, the ex-husband of Whitney Houston is fighting in court to have the payment less than $5,000 a month.