denies heart attack, says regular check-up
The notorious singer Bobby
Brown denied earlier information about a heart attack.
Wednesday Bobby Brown denied that he had suffered a mild heart
attack, contrary on the previous comments by Phaedra Parks, his
Atlanta based attorney. Parks said earlier that Bobby Brown
suffered a mild attack on Tuesday night and had to be take to
two California hospitals. The attorney told reporters that
"stress and diet" were the cause for the singer's heart attack,
but doctors released him on good condition. The entertainment
website TMZ went as far as saying that Bobby Brown recorded a
message for his family, if things went south.
Later that day Bobby Brown told the
Associated Press that he went to the hospital for a simple
check-up and had nothing to do with a heart attack. "I don't
know where the heart attack thing came from," Bobby Brown told
AP. He claims that after hearing the rumors about his heart
attack he had to speak to the media and assured fans that the
doctors gave him "a clean bill of health." Brown said that the
reason he went to the hospital was for a check-up before his
upcoming tour, which will start this Saturday in Los Angeles.