Bobbi Kristina Brown will not be taken off life support and allowed to die on the anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death, February 11, according to the Houston Family. Bobbi Kristina Brown was found unresponsive in a bath tub in Atlanta on January 31st by her “husband” Nick Gordon and friend Max Lomas. The daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina Brown was rushed to the hospital and placed on life support, and has remained unresponsive for the past two weeks. Whitney Houston’s family and Bobby Brown’s family have both arrived in Atlanta and remained at Bobbi’s bedside, holding prayer vigils – in hopes that she will improve.
Multiple sources have confirmed that the doctors have told Bobbi Kristina’s family that there is no hope for the troubled girl – and have encouraged her father Bobby Brown to remove her from life-support. Friends and family have leaked stories to the press explaining that Bobby Brown “does not have the heart” to pull the plug on the daughter he shared with Whitney Houston.
The irony of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s drowning in comparison to her mother Whitney Houston’s death in February of 2012 is eerie. Whitney Houston was found unresponsive in her bath tub on February 11th, 2012. TMZ and several other news outlets reported that Cissy Houston and Bobby Brown decided to take Bobbi Kristina off life-support on February 11th, so that she could pass away on the three year anniversary of her mother’s death.
If Bobbi did try to take her own life just like her mother, than in a sick and twisted way – removing life-support on February 11th would be what Bobbi wanted. But, it is just too morbid to even comprehend a family actually doing that. And, the good news is – they don’t plan to do that. According to US Weekly, the reports are completely false, and Bobby and Cissy have no intention of removing Bobbi Kristina from life support and letting her die on February 11, the anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death.
Have you been following Bobbi Kristina’s case? How much longer do you think that she will remain on life support? Do you still believe that she could pull through? Would Bobbi have wanted to pass away on the same day her mother did? Let us know what you think in the comments below!