After news broke earlier this week that the 22-year-old had been moved from Emroy University hospital to a rehabilitation facility in Atlanta, sources reveal to PEOPLE that the family had actually wanted to move Bobbi Kristina out of the hospital earlier, but her grief-stricken father Bobby Brown had delayed the decision.
“This hasn’t gotten any easier for him,” the source says of Bobby. “It has gotten harder. He really thought she’d be better by now, that there would be some change.
There hasn’t been any sign of improvement since this happened.”
Sources had previously revealed to PEOPLE that the 46-year-old singer was trying to keep “as positive as possible” about the condition of his only daughter with the late Whitney Houston. “He’s going to give her every chance to fight for her life.”
Indeed, Bobbi Kristina’s family has tried to remain positive, but now “reality is really sinking in,” the source reveals.
“We spent the first month in shock, you know? Like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe that this happened.’ But now we’ve had a lot of time to get used to it.”
The source also admits that while the “family doesn’t always see eye-to-eye,” it’s clear that Bobby is in charge of what happens to his daughter.” quote from Maria Mercedes Lara
I wish and pray Bobbi Kristina will finally have her story told through her eyes, without the tabloid scandal.She deserves people in her life, that have her best interest,and not only want her inheritance.
Whitney Houston lived a life that humbled most, and destroyed her in the end. Her daughter couldn’t seem to find her place in this world. Now she won’t have to, the families ALLEGEDLY will let Bobbi Kristina Brown pass away.
Now,it is a what if situation,but we are too hurt inside. This little girl had two troubled parents with addictions, but they loved her so much. No one could ever dispute the admiration of their little girl, Bobbi Kristina Brown.
We must tell the truth about Whitney Houston. I cried, because I was in her situation,not drugs but with someone who would play the part of a different person to the public.
Love is standing by, and this will be a process to bury all of the family drama, but you can not win if the spirit wants to be free.
No amount of medicine or electrical device will ever be stronger than the will to live. She fought, and no matter what a machine reads, that soul may just want to be reunited with her mama.
Some actions are too obvious to overlook, and sympathy and inner guilt and failed moments are not will not be easy, when the Houston and Brown family are still divided. What if’s are not going to bring her out of this.
No matter what was said on camera we must look in the eyes of the truth.
Her anguish and privacy to mourn is not based on a calender or when we think she should be finished within her personal bereavement process.
Putting on a brave face can take a toll on anyone, that lost their momma and best friend, she still could not listen to her mother’s music at times.
The family will spend eternity reading a machine to , but if the machine is the only thing that is keeping her here, she is already gone.
We must give this family privacy, and not overlook the life of Bobbi Kristina Brown to give weigh to tabloid speculation, but now that speculation may be facts!
Some are already putting light on an addiction and scene of the crim, just for high viewership.
Imagine, if it was your daughter, let her family deal in peace and they are surely inconsolable, leave that speculation behind, for now.
Give Bobbi respect, and the Houston and Brown family deserve your prayers and love.
No doubt they need it, but they will feel the love. I wish she knew we all wanted her to pull through this tragedy and we loved her then.
We want to send flowers and love when it is too late, when that may be all the victim wanted the entire time.
- Whitney Houston’s Family Issues Statement Criticizing Lifetime and Angela Bassett Over Biopic (clutchmagonline.com)
- Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina found unresponsive (fox59.com)
- Why Lifetime’s Whitney Houston biopic doesn’t include her death (washingtonpost.com)