Bobby Brown has vowed to support his daughter Bobbi Kristina's plans to pursue a music career.
The 16 year old joined her mum Whitney Houston onstage when the diva made her TV comeback on U.S. breakfast show Good Morning America last month (Sep09).
And she is being tipped to follow in her famous parents' footsteps by music industry moguls, including Houston's mentor Clive Davis.
During an appearance on Oprah Winfrey's talk show earlier this year (09), the teen admitted Houston isn't keen on the idea of her launching a singing career.
She said, “I know (my mum) hates it, but it’s the plan. It’s my plan. Mine. Yeah.”
But Brown has pledged to back his daughter all the way, telling WENN, "My daughter and my kids can do no wrong in my eyes so if that’s what she plans to do I fully support her."
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