Bobby Brown's Sister Says BET Film Was 'The Fakest Movie'
Leolah Brown Muhammad, the sister of Bobby Brown, recently voiced her disdain with her brother's BET biopic on Facebook, calling out the movie as "the fakest" she's ever seen, arguing that the portrayal of her sister-in-law Alicia wasn't accurate, nor was the portrayal of her former sister-in-law, Whitney Houston.
"THE FAKEST MOVIE I EVER SEEN!" she wrote on Wednesday (Sept. 5). "THAT IS NOT ALICIA! PALEEEEEEEEEZ! SPARE ME THAT LAUGH! SUCH A LIAR! I'M WONDERING WHAT IS THE MOTIVE FOR ALL THIS?" She wrote in a separate post that Alicia, Brown's wife since 2012, "hates every single person that carries [his] blood" for no reason, and she was portrayed as a martyr.
"AAAAAAAAND SHE WOULDN'T EVEN ALLOW YOU TO GIVE YOUR OWN MOTHER $17.00 DAM [sic] DOLLARS TO PAY FOR YOUR MOTHERS MEDICINE SHE NEEDED AT THE DAM PHARMACY!? ARE YOU KIDDING ME!" she wrote. "YOU KNOW THIS B***H TURNS HER NOSE UP AT ANY AND EVERY DAM BODY THAT DAM KNOWS YOU.. FAMILY FIRST!! BOBBY WHY ARE YOU ALL LYING FOR HER!??? SHE'S EVIL! YOU ARE SLEEPING WITH THE DEVIL!"
"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!" she continued through a veiled threat.
In a comment under her post, Muhammad wrote that although Whitney Houston was "feisty," she loved her brother, and she didn't deserve the portrayal she received.
Read her posts below.