SINGER Bobby Brown has spoken of his grief for the first time since the death of his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, 22, in July.
The 46-year-old appeared on TV to tell the world how he prayed Bobbi would wake up from spending months in a coma.
Speaking in his first interview on American talk show, The Real, he said: "We prayed and hoped for six months... for something better to happen.
"But when God calls you, he calls you.”
His wife, Alicia Etheredge, joined him on the show and held his hand throughout the tear-jerking ordeal.
Bobby added that he thought her mother, the late Whitney Houston, 48, would have had something to do with her death, after being found unconcious by partner Nick Gordon in the bath at home in Atlanta in January.
"In the best way," Alicia added. “In the welcoming way."
"She was not comfortable by herself, I guess,” Bobbi said about ex wife Whitney, who tragically drowned in a hotel bathtub back in February 2012.
“You know, she just called my daughter with her."
Bobbi was laid to rest at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, New Jersey.
Bobby was known to have kept silent during his daughter's ordeal, but he did tell an audience during an earlier concert that while she was in hospital he felt she was "awake and watching me."