Bobbi Kristina Brown is now being defended by Tyler Perry, who says she “is still not allowed any peace” and is asking the media to “please some show decency and respect” for the Brown and Houston families.
This morning I woke up with Whitney on my mind… (continued) https://t.co/0VY2KyfZfF
— Tyler Perry (@tylerperry) July 17, 2015
Perry recently traveled to the Atlanta hospital, where Bobbi Kristina is receiving care, to visit the young woman.
Bobbi Kristina Brown, the 22-year-old daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, has been in a coma since she was found unconscious in the bathtub of her Georgia home in January. She was just 21-years-old at the time.
Coincidentally, Bobbi Kristina was found in much the same state as her mother, Whitney Houston, who was also found unresponsive in the bathtub of her Beverly Hilton Hotel room in Los Angeles in February of 2012. Houston was pronounced deceased upon paramedics’ arrival. Both mother and daughter allegedly had various traces of narcotics in their systems’ at the time of their accidents.
Since being found in January, Bobbi Kristina has been in critical condition at a Georgia hospital — she is now under the care of hospice.
Perry took to social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter to ask the media and public to allow Bobbi Kristina’s family time to grieve and come to terms with her (possibly) impending death.
Bobbi Kristina has been receiving care at the Atlanta-based hospice care facility for the past three weeks, after her physicians reportedly told the family that there was nothing left to do for the young Miss Brown.
Now, a “mysterious white tent” has been set up at the back of the hospice center, possibly, indicates TMZ, to assuage the paparazzi from their relentless search to snap a photo of Bobbi Kristina or her family. However, many are wondering if the tent and alleged hearse seen at the facility is an indication that Brown’s family has decided to remove life support and let their beloved child go.
Hearse spotted outside Bobbi Kristina Brown’s hospice facility, reports say. http://t.co/yDhC9XVegn
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 16, 2015
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