"I want to give blessings to my ex-wife, Whitney Houston. I love you," Brown said from the stage. "I want to give blessings to my kids, my fiancée, my brothers, and each of you."
But this was Bobby Brown, so the bizarre had to creep in. "And if you didn't already know, I go by the name of bad a** Bobby Brown!
As RadarOnline.com reported, Brown arrived at Whitney's funeral with an entourage of nine and then got into a dispute about their seating arrangements.
"We were seated by security and then subsequently asked to move on three separate occasions," Brown said later. Security also kept him away from his daughter Bobbi Kristina, and ultimately he decided to leave before the service began.
His show at the Mohegan Sun Arena went off without any such hitches, and ended on time at 10 pm.
But for hours later, Brown and a large entourage were spotted wandering around the casino. Wearing a Boston baseball cap, Brown was frequently approached by women extending their condolences over the loss of Whitney.
The evening finally ended at 2 am when one of Brown's group got into a confrontation with a photographer. It was broken up by an off-duty cop, working security for the resort.