The sad tale of Bobbi Kristina Brown has taken several twists and turns these last few days.
Lately, the rumor mill has been abuzz with talk that the 21 year-old would be removed from life support on the 3rd anniversary of her mother’s death.
Family members have already said that it’s impossible to dispute each and every false report online, but this one is a bit much and family members have promptly put it to bed with a denial.
PageSix reported the details early this morning, stating that the family had all agreed to remove Bobbi Kristina from life support tomorrow, February 12th, the anniversary of Whitney Houston’s death.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s anguished relatives have agreed to take her off life support — but want to wait until Wednesday so she can die on the same date as her tragic mom, Whitney Houston, sources told The Post.
US Magazine Reports dispelled the news, reporting that a family member came forward to dispute it.
Despite rumors, Bobbi Kristina Brown will not be taken off life support on the third anniversary of her mother Whitney Houston’s death, a Houston family source tells Us Weekly.
Early Tuesday, Feb. 10, several outlets reported that the R&B scion, who remains in a medically induced coma at the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, will have her life support withdrawn on Wednesday.
Page Six reported that Bobbi’s grandmother Cissy Houston, who has been at her granddaughter’s bedside since late last week, wanted the life support to be pulled on Whitney’s death anniversary. According to TMZ, the alleged decision was made by dad Bobby Brown, after “realizing there is no hope” for his daughter.
The Houston family source denies the reports entirely to Us Weekly, and adds that there is “no truth to it at all.”
In the meantime, friends of fans alike have all rallied in support of Bobbi Kristina and all are praying for a miracle.
What do you think of these latest batch of rumors?
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