Bobby Brown waiting for Bravo to offer more money for second season of Being Bobby Brown

Bravo has offered Bobby Brown a second season of Being Bobby Brown, but he’s holding out for more money.

He tells EUR, “I’m just waiting. If they give me enough money, I’ll do it. They say it’s a done deal, but they ain’t give me enough money yet, so I’ma wait for it.”

Bobby–can I call him Bobby? it seems to Brady–that filming the series “was the fun part. I wanted to show [fans] just what I could do as a person.” Negotiating with the network, however, “ain’t no fun no more. This is business.”

If this sounds familiar, that’s because it’s exactly the same story with Kathy Griffin’s My Life on the D-List. Either the folks at Bravo are cheap bastards or these celebrities are greedy bastards.

‘Being Bobby Brown’ May Not Return: Bobby tells EUR that a second season is not set in stone [EUR]

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