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 Bobby Brown wants his ex-wife, Whitney Houston’s death certificate changed. During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Brown said that Whitney didn’t die from drug use. He explained, “I don’t think (Whitney) died from drugs. She was really working hard on herself to try to be a sober person.” He then said that he believes she died of a broken heart. However, the coroner’s office said that use of cocaine played a role in Houston’s accidental drowning toxicology test back in 2012. 

TMZ caught up with Bobby, who spoke on the death certificate and said, “I think justice should be served, period. God-willing [something will change], yes it will.” He also said, “It wasn’t drug use [that killed Whitney], it was something that I…I don’t know…my heart is broke.”

  • In other news, according to DeadlineMekhi PhiferLaz AlonsoLance Gross and Lil Rel Howery have been added to the cast of BET’s mini-series, The Bobby Brown Story. It was previously announced that Woody McClain would reprise his role as Brown. BET is planning to debut the series with a two-night premiere in September.

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