Bobbi Kristina Funeral Update: Leolah Brown Speaks, Slams Pat Houston After Being Kicked Out Of Funeral [Video]

By now, everyone is aware of the alleged funeral fight between Leolah Brown and Pat Houston. Apparently, the two aunts had quite a squabble at Bobbi Kristina Brown’s funeral. According to the Daily Mail, Leolah Brown reached her boiling point during Pat Houston’s eulogy at the 22-year-old’s funeral, which took place earlier this morning at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia.

“It was all fine until Pat started speaking,” Leolah told reporters.

According to 11 Alive, Leolah Brown openly spoke with a mob of photographers and reporters after being escorted out of the church. She definitely had no reservations about voicing her opinion of Pat Houston, who she considers a “fraud and a phony.”

Although she still thinks Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon, contributed to her untimely death, she also insists Pat’s involvement in her niece’s life also made things worse.

“It’s not over. We’ve got evidence of who Pat really is, this is going to be a long drawn-out process,” said Leolah. “Things are connected. Pat is a fraud and a phony. She is not a Houston, she’s a Garland.”


Leolah’s rant comes just days after she took to Facebook with a lengthy post about Pat Houston’s plans for Bobbi Kristina’s funeral. Pat recently sparked outrage due to her decision to have a “Sweet 16” funeral since Bobbi Kristina did not have a 16th birthday party. However, the funeral theme wasn’t the only reason for all of the confusion. Pat also requested monetary donations instead of flowers for the highly publicized funeral.

The seemingly odd request has sparked controversy because the funds will be donated to Pat’s charity, the Marion P. Foundation. As previously reported on Inquisitr, Whitney Houston’s cousin Dionne Warwick even threatened to boycott the funeral because of all the confusion.

Although Bobbi Kristina is being buried in New Jersey on August 3, Leolah Brown insists the feud is “just getting started.”

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