Bobby Brown's sister Leolah Brown Muhammad is fuming with the way his wife Alicia Etheredge has been portrayed in his documentary 'The Bobby Brown Story'.
Bobby Brown's sister has branded his biopic ''fake.''
The 49-year-old singer's two-part miniseries 'The Bobby Brown Story' - which gave fans an insight into his marriage with the late Whitney Houstin, his secret relationship with Janet Jackson and his life with wife Alicia Etheredge - hit televisions earlier this week but, although he was happy with the way he was portrayed, his sibling Leolah Brown Muhammad is fuming with the documentary.
Taking to her Facebook account, the 54-year-old star fumed: ''THE FAKEST MOVIE I EVER SEEN! THAT IS NOT ALICIA!
''Paleeeeeeeez! Spare me that laugh! Such a liar! I'm wondering what is the motive for all this? I read well though... and trust I'm not dumb! Listen, Alicia if you think for one minute that you are going to kill my brother and get away with it guess what? All I can say is you better stay prayed up! (sic)''
Leolah then went on to claim Alicia - who has kids Cassius and Bodhi with Bobby - hates her family and allegedly blocked Bobby from giving his mother money.
She ranted: ''Bobby why did you let Alicia lie like that in that movie and say she welcomed your whole family into her life!!!???
''And this bitch literally without a little exaggeration hates for absolutely no reason every single person that carries your blood!!!!??? Aaaaaaand she wouldn't even allow you to give your own mother $17.00 dam dollars to pay for your mothers medicine she needed at the dam pharmacy?!
''Are you kidding me! Hell no I'm not shutting up! You know this bitch turns her nose up at any and every damn body that dam knows you. Family first!! Bobby why are you all lying for her!???? She's evil! You are sleeping with the devil! (sic)''
Leolah also claimed Alicia wouldn't allow Bobby spend time with his late daughter Bobbi Kristina - who sadly died in 2015 from pneumonia - without her present.
She said in response to a fan: ''Yes she did hate her because EVERY SINGLE TIME She wanted to spend time with her father after her mother passed..
''Alicia would not let it happen without her there! (sic)''
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