The stories shared in Bobby Brown‘s new memoir are nothing short of perplexing. The latest tale takes place in the kitchen, where Bobby says he once accidentally fried his chicken with cocaine at age 10.
Here’s the full anecdote, shared by UPROXX:
“So I decided to use the large bag of flour I found in the freezer to make some fried chicken. I got the chicken parts out of the refrigerator and covered a bunch of pieces in the flour. Then I dropped them in a pan of sizzling oil. I was 10. So I didn’t realize the strangely pungent smell emanating from the pan. When the chicken pieces were nice and brown, I figured I was done. After I had taken a few bites and feeling weirder with each bite, my mother walked in the door. At first she was smiling at the idea that her little Bobby had made dinner. Then her gaze swept across the kitchen as she got hit with the full brunt of the scene, the smell, the mess, the powder. With horror, she realized what I had done. I fried chicken in her cocaine — a radical new addition to the family’s culinary offerings. Cocaine chicken.”
Brown also shares, “My little sister and I thought my parents were petrified of the Jehovah’s Witnesses because of how they scurried whenever the missionaries came knocking.” As it turns out, Bobby’s mother, Carole Brown, was selling cocaine out of their home.
Every Little Step: My Story is available now.
SOURCE: UPROXX | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty