Over the weekend, the 46-year-old opened up about how he's able to cope with the 22-year-old's tragic passing. While at this year's Circle Of Sisters Expo, the famous father says that, even though BK is gone, she's still with him:
"I've gained another angel to carry me through. I'm really blessed with my children and everything that I have to do is about that."
He also admits that the support he's received from friends and family has gotten him through this terrible tragedy, adding:
"It's about love. I have a lot of love around me and have a lot of love that I give. It's about that."
The singer explained that working on his memoir, titled My Prerogative, has provided a good outlet for him, especially after such a sad situation:
"We've been working hard on it and I'm just trying to get all the cobwebs out and trying to be as honest as possible."
The tell-all is set to be released next summer. He reveals that he's not holding back when it comes to sharing his story:
"My story is really deep, but it's funny and it's a whole bunch of things. You can find humor in it. I can because I lived it. But you can also find some sad parts and some crazy parts, but at the same time it's still Bobby. From my memoirs I'm doing a script for my movie, so hopefully you'll see me on the screen really soon."
So what does exec producer Selena Gomez think of all this controversy? It's pretty much what she was going for. She told the AP:
"We stayed very true to the book and that's initially what Jay Asher created, was a beautifully tragic, complicated yet suspenseful story, and I think that's what we wanted to do. We wanted to do it justice and, yeah, that's going to come no matter what. It's not an easy subject to talk about, but I'm very fortunate with how it's doing. I'm overwhelmed. I'm very proud of it."
Whatever your reaction to the show, it is getting a lot more people to talk about the problem of teen suicide.