Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family is in the midst of planning her funeral but things aren’t going very well because everyone is fighting! A source tells HollywoodLife.com that each side of the family is making their own demands during this tragic time.
This incredibly difficult time is getting much more complicated for the Brown/Houston families. Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s family has been planning her funeral in the past 24 hours since the 22-year-old’s death on July 26 and even though HollywoodLife.com has learned that the family has agreed that she be buried next to Whitney Houston in New Jersey, they can’t agree on who should be invited.
“Family is supposed to come together at this time and you would think now that Krissy is gone they would. But it’s not the case,” the insider tells HollywoodLife.com. “Bobbi hasn’t been gone 24 hours and Cissy [Houston] already making it clear to Bobby [Brown] that she doesn’t want certain members of his family at her wake or funeral. She doesn’t anyone trying to make a quick buck off selling pictures of Bobbi in a coffin like someone did to Whitney.” We have to agree that does make sense given that a picture of Whitney in the funeral home was sold and splashed everywhere after her death. The source adds: “Cissy wants this process to be peaceful, respectful and to handled with dignity. She’s made her demands clear to Bobby and she’s enlisting the help of her Houston family members to support her in this decision.”
But our source also adds that Bobby isn’t trying to argue with anyone: “Bobby’s not trying to fight. The man can barely breathe. But he’s not denying anyone in either family the opportunity to pay their last respects to Krissy.” Our source also tells us that Bobbi will be buried in Westfield Cemetery next to her mom, Whitney. “All the preparations are underway to get Bobbi Kristina to New Jersey, where she will be buried next to her mom in Westfield Cemetery. Some of Whitney’s bodyguards have flown into Atlanta to help transporting her body. They will have two ceremonies — one in Atlanta, where her friends and much of her family live, and then one when she’s buried.”
HollywoodLifers, what do you think is the best way to handle this?
— Reporting by Eric Mitchell, Written by Chloe Melas