Bobby Brown has on Wednesday Oct 10th denied his attorney's claim that he suffered from heart attack.
Going against public reports that he had heart attack, the latest report tells that Bobby Brown comes in denial and has set the record straight on that matter.
The singer has on Wednesday October 10th denied that he had a mild heart attack, something his attorney Phaedra Parks said he had suffered from on Tuesday night October 9th in Los Angeles.
Parks is reported to have told The Associated Press that Brown had severe chest pains Tuesday night and was taken to two hospitals. "This morning they did diagnose him as suffering from a mild heart attack ... they attributed to stress and diet," Parks said, adding that the star was released from the hospital Wednesday October 10th in good condition.
Laid the false report to rest, Brown has confirmed that he's in fact in good condition. "None of it's true," Brown said. "I went in for a checkup. The doc gave me a clean bill of health."
He, furthermore, explained "I did go to the hospital ... to just get a checkup, get everything tested out so that I could go on this tour, and everything is fine. I don't know where the heart attack thing came from. I got my heart and everything checked out earlier this morning, and I'm just fine."
No comment just yet from Parks concerning Brown's confirmation.