It seems singer Bobby Brown may have hit the jackpot with his new steamy memoirs!
The 47-year-old New Edition frontman’s “Every Little Step” tell-all hit bookstores on today and it’s reportedly jam-packed with stories of sex, sex and . . . more sex!
During his recent ABC 20/20 interview, Bobby told host Robin Roberts about his sexual escapades with a ghost (click here if you missed that), but in his book there’s way more.
“Let me say the night with the midget blew my mind,” Brown writes in a passage about his marathon bachelor party, which took place in New York, Las Vegas, Miami and Paris.
“You can do things that aren’t just possible with an average-sized woman.”
Brown says his late wife, Whitney Houston, wanted him to sow his wild oats before they tied the knot in 1992. So Brown, who was only 23 at the time, says he did what she requested and got all the “partying and f–king around out of my system” before the wedding.
He also details a list of famous women he stuck it to before deciding to put it all on lock for Whitney.
In the book Every Little Step, Brown writes about how when he was 14 and singing with New Edition, he was thrown in a women’s jail for driving a moped without a license, presumably because it would be safer for a kid his age.
According to Brown, that’s where he ran into a 20-something year old friend of his sister’s and “found a hidden corner of the facility and had sex.”
Despite his early musical success, Brown reveals that he was broke by the age of 17 when he left New Edition and that he even too to selling drugs to stay afloat. But after his 1986 “King of Stage” solo album came out, he was back in business.
“To put it mildly, I went buck f–kin’ wild,” he writes. “My thinking was, get as much as you can while you can.”
“We got together a few more times, but I wasn’t interested in dating her,” Brown says. “She was just too wild, even for me.”
While Madonna was ‘too wild’ it seems Janet Jackson was just his speed!
Brown says he thought Janet would leave Elizondo Jr. for him, but “she told me she wasn’t in love with me,” he told Us Weekly.
“She loved me but wasn’t in love with me,” he said, adding that the singer told him, “My father won’t allow me to be with a black man.” At that, Brown wrote in his book, he kicked her out of the hotel room where they had been “lying in bed after having sex.”
“I exploded and I threw her out,” he wrote.
Brown says he had been crushing on Janet since the 70s.
“I fell in love with her when she was Penny on Good Times,” Brown told Us Weekly. “It goes back that far, you know, my infatuation with her.”
It’s not just his own sex life that Brown digs into. His memoir also alleges that Whitney, whose drug problems he writes about extensively, had an affair with rapper Tupac Shakur and engaged in romantic relationships with other women, as well.
Yup…. I think he’s got a best seller on his hands.