What Bobby Brown Did After Whitney's Funeral

He hit $500 blackjack tables at Mohegan Sun, but 'heart wasn't in it'
By Mark Russell,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 19, 2012 3:55 PM CST
What Bobby Brown Did After Whitney's Funeral
Bobby Brown, former husband of the late Whitney Houston performs with New Edition at Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Conn. on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012.   (AP Photo/Joe Giblin)

Bobby Brown had a busy Saturday. After walking out on Whitney Houston's funeral, he flew to a Connecticut casino to perform a New Edition concert, then played some blackjack, reports People. "I wanna give blessings to my ex-wife Whitney Houston. I love you," Brown said during the concert. After the show, Brown was spotted drinking Grey Goose on the rocks and hanging out with friends at a restaurant, but spent only around 20 minutes at the $500-minimum blackjack tables.

"In the end, it looked like his heart wasn't in it," said one onlooker. "No one gambles for 20 minutes. It was like token gambling just because they were there at the casino." After gambling, Brown posed with fans for photos for a while, before heading to a seafood restaurant around 1am, where he spent the next hour. (Read more Bobby Brown stories.)

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