Bobbi Kristina’s family isn’t going down without a fight. Photographers caught up with the 22-year-old’s dad, Bobby Brown, who confirmed that he’s working on finding out who’s shopping around the picture of Bobbi on her deathbed.
As Bobbi Kristina, 22, continues fighting for her life, her family is fighting for justice. Bobby Brown admitted that he and his relatives are actively pursuing the person who allegedly took a picture of Bobbi in hospice care, and are ready to do whatever it takes to bring whoever it is down.
“We’re just looking to get justice,” a somber Bobby told paparazzi at LAX on July 5. Despite the tragic situation with his daughter, the singer is continuing to perform during tour dates, and hit the stage in Atlanta on July 4, where he really struggled to get through the show.
“I’m in a different zone right now,” he admitted to the audience after forgetting some song lyrics, but he added, “This is my happy place,” after receiving a positive response. Unfortunately, Bobby had to leave the stage several times throughout the performance, and was seen giving his brother, Tommy Brown, several hugs, People reports.
In the paparazzi video, Bobby did appear very distraught, which is obviously not surprising, since his daughter is allegedly on her deathbed. Bobbi has been fighting for her life ever since she was found unconscious in her bathtub on Jan. 31, but was moved to hospice care, with death appearing ‘imminent,’ in June.
And Bobby isn’t the only one who’s ready to take the person who’s shopping Bobbi’s picture around. “I’ll tell you what!” Bobbi’s aunt Leolah Brown wrote on Facebook. “You took that picture thinking you ton get some money for it…and thats ton be it!… guess what????!!!! I will myself if no one else does-see to it that- YOU be revealed!!!! Trust me! I will put the fire so far up the medias ass to reveal who they PAID for that!”
Our thoughts continue to remain with Bobbi’s family during this difficult time. But tell us, HollywoodLifers: Do you think the photo will go public?
— Alyssa Norwin