Ah'ight, we all know of the drug challenges and seemingly ghetto mentality of Bobby Brown. This all came to light around 1986 when New Edition kicked Bobby out the group for doing drugs (rumor has it that was simply weed then..).
Nonetheless, he rose above the adversity around him and created one of the hottest albums to grace this Earth, "Don't Be Cruel" in 1990. Then he came out with "Dance. Ya' know it"--a remix of Don't be cruel and some other tracks--which did the impossible and eclipsed what I thought--at the time--was impossible: Producing something even close and better than his original debut solo album, "Don't Be Cruel."
My point is that in spite of the rumors, convictions, drugs and menthol cigarettes, Bobby and Whitney look to be happy and they don't appear to be hurting for nothing. The reality show "Being Bobby Brown" (yeah I peeped it) shows Whitney, Bobby and family as a loving and fun family.
And contrary to the rumors of Whitney's challenges with drugs, and her initial impression of an innocent, talented girl next door, she has evolved into a grown woman and unlike the Diddy & J-Lo, Demi Moore and Bruce Willis break-ups, she is still there by choice and for the most part happy with that.
In sum, I acknowledge their perseverance and obvious-innate love and acceptance for each other. I will keep them in my prayers in order for them to always to better. Nonetheless, I can't help but think that there is something that we all can learn about them in terms of being a loving partner and parent...Sumptin...Like if I could only find a woman kinda like Whitney, Lil' Kim and Oprah all mixed together...