June 03, 2020
Famous singer and songwriter, Bobby Brown, is a proud father as he takes to social media with a short video clip in honor of his son's eleventh birthday.
Bobby Brown's son, Cassius, just celebrated his 11th birthday! The proud father took to his Instagram page with a short video of him joining his son for movie night.
Bobby made sure the room gave a cinema-like feel—most of the lights were turned off, and the room was decorated with little glittering lights of different colors.
While they watched the classic movie "Back to the Future," a marshmallow is also seen getting ready over a small naked flame. Bobby captioned the post,
"Birthday movie back to the future night happy birthday Cassius My Prince."
Fans of the famous singer took to the comments section to join him in wishing his boy a "happy birthday."
Many also commented on the movie choice—they all agreed it was an "excellent choice." Some fans could even remember the scene that was caught on the video clip.
She remained in a medically induced coma for six months before she tragically died.
Cassius is Bobby Brown's first child with his wife, Alicia Etheredge. Bobby had first publicly announced the birth of his son in the most unlikely of places.
He had reportedly been performing at the Rok nightclub in New York when he broke the news about his girlfriend giving birth to his son. Bobby and Alicia later tied the knot in June 2012 and have since added two daughters to their family.
The first girl, Bodhi, was born on July 9, 2015, and the second Hendrix, was born on July 21, 2016. Bobby announced news of her birth via Instagram. He posted a picture that showed him wearing a broad smile, and he captioned it:
"Just had a baby girl, 10 pounds."
His eldest son Landon is from his relationship with Melika Williams; his daughter LaPrincia, and son Bobby Jr., were from his relationship with his girlfriend Kim Ward; and his late daughter Bobbi Kristina, was from his marriage to iconic star, Whitney Houston.
His late daughter, Bobbi Kristina, passed away on July 26, 2015, after she was discovered unresponsive in her home. She remained in a medically induced coma for six months before she tragically died.
Her mother, Whitney, who had been engaged in a long battle with addiction, died just three years earlier after being found unconscious in a bathtub.