In the latest WTF moment out of Bobby Brown‘s memoir Every Little Step: My Story, the R&B singer tells a story about that time he fried chicken using cocaine.
According to an excerpt from the book, Bobby Brown was 10 years old when he thought it would be a great idea to cook dinner for his family. After watching his mother go through the process of prepping and frying chicken over and over again, he thought he had it down pat. He did, but he mistakenly used one potent ingredient that the recipe did not call for.
From the book via Real Talk:
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.
This “cocaine chicken” story comes after Brown’s admission to seeing his ex-wife Whitney Houston do coke for the first time on their wedding day, having sex with a ghost and claiming Houston had an affair with 2Pac. He is really letting it all hang in his new book of his. No word on if there will be any other drug recipes in the book.