Bobbi Kristina's Agony After Whitney Houston's Death: 'She Didn't Know What Was Going On,' Friend Says

Fri, March 9, 2012 9:08am EDT by 9 Comments
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Glory

Posted at 11:19 AM on April 18, 2012  

Bobbi kristina, do not follow the footsteps of your prostitute mother, Whitney houston. Come and accept Jesus christ as your lord and personal saviour. Stop smoking and drinking. Your mother was a very bad example to follow. Repent from partying, nightclubbing and sexual immorality. Ask for forgiveness of your sins from God. Whitney was a whore and drug addict. Do not join Whitney in hell. Bobbi kristina, live your life to please God.

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madear

Posted at 7:15 PM on March 10, 2012  

the enquire said whitney had 9 months to live due to lung diease doctors denied her plastic surgery for health reasons so was she sick maybe .

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madear

Posted at 7:08 PM on March 10, 2012  

hell yeh shell process it she been running things for sometime in her life.its been a long time since she has been a child. so sad to have to growup so fast

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Gloria

Posted at 1:57 PM on March 9, 2012  

When someone you love dies unexpectedly like this it is hard to process, but Bobbie Kristina is a fighter like her mother, and yes it will be a long healing process, but if anyone can do it, and do it with dignity it is this young woman. She has the one person in her corner and that is God. Let God help you child through the ruff times. It will be okay. God Love you baby, your in our prayers

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Mandy

Posted at 10:38 AM on March 9, 2012  

Ok I’m tired of all the gossip about this child..it’s not like any of you journalist or the media cares..no she’s never going to be able to process it..she will eventually accept it but that pain will never go away

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Ingrid

Posted at 12:08 PM on March 9, 2012  

That’s a contradictory statement! “no,she’s never going to be able to process it”, and then you said “she will eventually accept it”.I believe the media should give her space so she can properly healed. I also believe that the public need to speak positive things “in” her life and “about” her. She’s young!!! Everyone has done something wrong in their life. The difference is, we hear about theirs because it’s published, but ours are not. We are “all imperfect people, living in an imperfect world”. Let’s just be supportive to her and her family

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LittleMo

Posted at 1:02 PM on March 9, 2012  

Nobody protested when the press talked non-stop about Janis Joplin’s drug habit. Nobody said beans when Jim Morrison died of heart failure brought on by drug abuse. Nobody said “how dare you” when the tabloids talked about what addiciotn did to Andy Gibb before it took his life Of course we should all be empathetic and have sympathy for the loss but in plain talk Whitney Houston was a junkie. Hence, please stop with this notion of all of us having the same “business” as Whitney and B-K, it’s just that ours stays private and theirs doesn’t. “We” are not all drug addicts and coke heads. “We” are not all mothers, aunts, grandmothers, etc. who thought instead of acting like a mother, aunt, grandmother, etc. it would be a cool idea to acte like an equal friend. Kids will make friends, but they need Mom to act like a mother, Aunti to act like an Aunti, etc. “We” are not all daughters who saw their mother’s life succumb to drugs and alcohol and then decided to go down the same path and make the same mistakes ourselves. Some “sins” are worse than others and, as much as we may mourn the loss of life, Whitney’s and Bobbi-K’s “sins” were some of the dumbest.

 
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Alice Stevens

Posted at 10:19 AM on March 10, 2012  

LittleMo..how about you let god worry about their sins sense you think their sins are any different from anyone elses. And you are speaking on sins that you don’t even know about..you mean their alleged sins sense non of us know what went on in that household. Whitney admitted her addiction but who are any of us to judge. It’s apparent that she had god in her life and by her side so shes in good hands now. And hate to tell you but this case is a little different that Janis joblin and the others..the media and resources are way more advanced..it’s worse now than then..this woman has been in the spot light since she was like 20..that means the media and the gossip and lies and tormenting went on far too long. With everything that she had going on in her life that we don’t have a clue about and then the media..I mean no one could continue to. Bare that much pain before eventually breaking. You should never talk down on addicts because it’s a disease and you shouldn’t talk down on people in general or judge because at the end of the day and in our most desperate times, we never know what we will do. It’s easy to say what we want do but we don’t have a clue.

 
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Mandy

Posted at 10:11 AM on March 10, 2012  

Sorry, I was trying to say she will eventually be able to accept but she will never get over it. That pain will be there forever

 
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