Bobbi’s family remains in a round-the-clock vigil at her hospital bedside. They are holding onto ‘hope’ that the 21-year-old will have a ‘speedy’ recovery now that she is in stable condition, according to a family source.
New medical information gives hope of recovery to Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s family. Her family is staying positive now that Bobbi is reportedly in stable condition following her hospitalization. Bobbi’s family is praying “non-stop” that Whitney Houston’s only daughter pulls through, HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Condition Update: She’s Now Stable After Being Hospitalized
“Bobbi Kristina is in a coma, but the doctors say there are brain waves which is very good. There is now hope that she will pull through. Everyone is praying non-stop, hoping for good news,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Several sources have confirmed that Bobbi is in stable condition. Bobbi’s cousin, YF Kennedy, also known as Jerod Brown, told Sky News that Bobbi is in stable condition following her hospitalization. A family source also tells People that Bobbi “is stable at the hospital.”
While the family is holding onto hope that Bobbi will recover, a source tells E! News that Bobbi is breathing with the help of a ventilator but remains unresponsive.
“We’re just praying for a speedy recovery, that’s it. She’s doing fine right now,” YF told Sky News.
We are so glad Bobbi’s loved ones are surrounding her during this difficult time and are holding out hope for her recovery. We can only imagine how heartbreaking this is for Bobbi’s entire family and her loved ones.
Though no cause has yet been revealed as to why Bobbi was found unresponsive, YF said that unlike Whitney’s death, drugs were not involved in Bobbi’s incident.
“Krissi doesn’t do drugs,” YF Kennedy, also known as Jerod Brown, told E! News. “She hasn’t been drinking or doing drugs and she’s cut down on cigarettes. She’s been trying to get her music together and keep her voice clean. Her voice is so beautiful.”
Bobbi was found face down in a bathtub filled with water by her husband Nick Gordon. Nick, who was often considered to be the “adopted son” of Whitney, performed CPR on Bobbi before she was rushed to the hospital.
Our thoughts continue to go out to Bobbi and her loved ones as she continues on her road to recovery.
— Julianne Ishler