She’s never been too friendly with the press, so when Bobbi Kristina Brown answered questions about her father Bobby Brown's progress in rehab for alcohol abuse, something was bound to go wrong.
The 19-year-old daughter of the late Whitney Houston was asked, “How’s your dad doing… I know he’s rising above it, you know?” to which she replied, “Rise above is not the words you should use… Not at all.”
After rumors started swirling this morning (May 30) that Bobbi Kristina Brown walked off the set of her latest show, the series creator Tyler Perry jumped to her defense.
In a report put out by Radar online on Wednesday, sources claimed that Whitney Houston's daughter quit the TBS comedy "For Better or Worse" a few weeks ago because she was still dealing with her mother's death.
After spending a positive weekend in Sin City to celebrate her late mother, Bobbi Kristina Brown's Billboard Awards trip took a negative turn.
On Tuesday morning (May 22), TMZ released a video of Whitney Houston's daughter allegedly playing the slot machines with her adopted brother and rumored boyfriend Nick Gordon at the MGM Grand on Saturday night (May 19).
Being recognized with an emotionally charged salute for her life achievements, the late Whitney Houston was selected as the recipient of the Billboard Millennium Award at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night (May 20).
The "I Will Always Love You" singer - who tragically passed away on February 11th - was honored with a tribute led off by comedian Whoopi Goldberg, who said, "I adored Whitney Houston. What all performers want and need and should get is love, and many of us here loved Whitney, and even if you're one of those who didn't show the love to Whitney, now is your chance, because tonight, that's what we're doing: We're going to be giving Whitney the greatest love of all."