Bobby Brown's son Bobby Jr. dies at the age of 28

Bobby Brown’s son Bobby Jr. dies at the age of 28

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Bobby Brown’s son Bobby Brown Jr. has died, the Los Angeles Police Department confirms to PEOPLE. He was 28 years old.

The cause of Bobby Jr.’s death, first reported by TMZ, is currently not immediately clear. The producer’s son was reportedly found dead in his Los Angeles home.

After Bobby Jr.’s death, his brother Landon shared a black and white photo of his late sibling on Instagram with the caption, “I love you forever, King.”

A representative for Bobby did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

His death comes more than five years after the death of Bobby’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, who tragically died in July 2015 after suffering irreversible brain damage and being in a coma for six months after being found unconscious in a bathtub at her Roswell home . Georgia.

She was buried in New Jersey next to her late mother Whitney Houston, who died in February 2012 at the age of 48.

Brown previously paid tribute to his daughter, whom he shared with the late singer, on the fifth anniversary of her death in July, and posted a tribute to Instagram.

Brown shared a relapse shot of his daughter who died at the age of 22 and honored her memory with a short but cute caption. “There is no way to explain how I feel that I miss you so much, little girl,” he wrote. “You stay in my heart in my head every day, papa loves you.”

Fans of the singer “My Prerogative” sent good wishes to Brown in the comments section of the post as he continues to deal with the heartbreaking loss years later. “Prayers to you and your family,” wrote one user while another added, “Always with you 🙏🏾.”

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In 2018, Brown announced plans to build a physical building for the Bobbi Kristina Serenity House, a domestic violence refuge he founded in 2015 in honor of his daughter, and received a proclamation from Mayor Bill Edwards of South Fulton, Georgia.

“Our family lives every day with the pain of losing my beautiful daughter, Bobbi Kristina, to domestic violence,” Brown said in a statement then received from the Atlanta Journal’s constitution.

“She loved Atlanta and in her memory we are proud to announce the establishment of the Bobbi Kristina Serenity House. Our original goal is to educate women and men of all ages by creating a 24-hour emergency response line and shelter.” . “concluded his statement.