Bobbi Kristina’s family has been by her side in the hospital since she was found unconscious in her bathtub at home on Jan. 31. Now, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned the sweet things her grandmother, Cissy Houston is doing to ‘soothe her.’
Bobbi Kristina, 21, is continuing to fight for her life, after she was found in her bathtub on Jan. 31, but she’s not alone. HollywoodLife.com has learned that Cissy Houston, 81, is by her granddaughters bedside “combing Krissy’s hair” and singing Whitney Houston songs to her because “she knows Bobbi Kristina is in pain.”
Cissy Houston — Singing To Bobbi Kristina At Hospital Bedside
Bobbi Kristina is continuing to stay strong and fight for her life — with Cissy by her side. A source exclusively told HollywoodLife.com, “Cissy‘s there. She’s been combing Krissy’s hair and even massaged her feet.”
“Krissy use to give Cissy foot massages when she was young girl because Cissy would complain that her feet were hurting and Krissy would gently rub her grandmother’s feet with Jergen’s lotion,” our insider revealed. “Cissy‘s now returning that favor because she knows Bobbi Kristina is in pain and is hoping her hands will soothe her.”
That’s not all her loving grandmother is doing.”Cissy‘s also been doing a lot of singing. She’s been singing various hymns and softly playing some of Whitney’s music,” our source said.”
Some great news about Bobbi’s current state arrived on Feb. 10, from her aunt and Bobby Brown‘s sister Leolah Brown. As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Leolah told FOX 5 Atlanta that doctors have told the family that Bobbi is improving.
“There are so many signs showing us that she will be OK,” Leolah said. “In spite of what people are saying over the internet, Krissy is fine, as I sit here before you today. We know that she’s opening her eyes, that’s true. She’s opening her eyes, and there’s a few more things that she’s doing, but Krissy is doing well right now. She is.”
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— Caitlin Beck, Reporting by Eric Ray