As the Houstons and Browns gather for Bobbi Kristina Brown’s funeral on Aug. 1, the Brown family is reportedly fearful and suspicious that the Houstons will snap a photo of Bobbi’s dead body — and worse, sell it.
What should be a peaceful ceremony devoted to the remembrance of Bobbi Kristina Brown, is sadly filled with high tensions between the Brown and the Houston families. The Browns are reportedly worried that the Houstons will discreetly take a picture of the deceased 22-year-old in her casket during the service on Aug. 1 at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Find out all the shocking details.
Under no circumstances do the Brown family want a repeat of what happened at Whitney Houston’s funeral in 2012, according to TMZ. During Whitney’s funeral, a photo was taken of her body laid to rest in her casket, and later ended up on the cover of a magazine. While there’s no proof of who snapped the photo, the Browns think that someone from the Houston family took it, seeing as though Bobby Brown was asked to leave the funeral. The outlet reports that the Browns are uniting to keep a close eye on the Houston family to avoid a picture of Bobbi’s body being taken.
It’s such a sad day for the family as they mourn Bobbi’s tragic death. She passed away on July 26, after spending nearly seven months in a coma. Everyone from her dad, Bobby, 46, to her aunt Pat Houston, 55, and celebs like Tyler Perry, 45, were in attendance at the funeral to say their final goodbyes. Bobbi’s boyfriend, Nick Gordon, 25, however, was not in attendance. He is currently a suspect in a criminal investigation surrounding Bobbi’s death.
Leolah Brown Kicked Out Of Bobbi Kristina’s Funeral After Outburst
Unfortunately, like Bobbi’s family members feared, there’s been drama at the funeral. Bobby’s sister Leolah Brown was kicked out after screaming at Bobbi’s aunt Pat during the service, according to TMZ. When Pat was getting ready to speak, Leolah screamed, “Pat you know you are wrong for this!” Yikes. She was removed from the church immediately.
Our hearts remain with Bobbi’s family and friends as they say their goodbyes.
— Julianne Ishler