The Brown and Houston families continue to feud, even after their beloved Bobbi Kristina Brown has died. The tension is so strong that definite funeral arrangements have not been made -- even three days after the only daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown died, People magazine wrote in an exclusive report Wednesday.
“Both sides [of the family] are still not happy and on the same page," a source said about her family members. "There is a lot going on behind the scenes. There is a lot to do in a very short time." A different person added: "Things are constantly changing."
Though nothing has been confirmed, Bobbi Kristina will probably have two services: One in Atlanta, where most of her family and friends reside, and one in Westfield, New Jersey, where her late mother is buried.
The tentative plan is to have a celebration for Bobbi Kristina’s life. The aspiring singer and actress never went to prom or had a 16th birthday party, so her family wants to give her the “Sweet 16 she never had,” Entertainment Tonight wrote. Family friend Tyler Perry is reportedly helping with the arrangements, which may take place on Saturday, nearly a week after she died.
If her service is like her late mother’s, there will be a barrage of music. Bobby Brown played some of Whitney’s hits for Bobbi Kristina while she was in the hospital, like “Didn’t We Almost Have It All” and “Greatest Love of All.”
Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious and facedown in a bathtub in her Roswell, Georgia, home on Jan. 31. The case was first called an accident, but upgraded to a homicide investigation after she died at Peachtree Christian Hospice at the age of 22. Her boyfriend, Nick Gordon, who falsely posed as her husband, is a person of interest. He has not been charged with a crime.
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