Bobbi Kristina, 22, has been hospitalized since a Jan. 31 medical emergency. Last month her grandmother, Cissy Houston, told a New York radio station that while she was still praying, there’s “not a great deal of hope.”
“She’s the same,” Houston said during an interview with WBLS. “We’ve moved her now to a place for rehabilitation. There’s still not a great deal of hope. We’re praying.”
Bobbi Kristina’s aunt, Leolah Brown, who has kept supporters updated via messages on her Facebook page, has posted hopeful messages lately:
“There’s a time to cry and a time to STOP CRYING! A time to smile and a time to GET SERIOUS! A time to be patient and a time to FIGHT BACK! A time to take control and a time to WIN!”
Another aunt, Tina Brown, posted an update indicating progress, an E report said: “So many messages,sorry can’t answer them all right now but I will get to them later..just allow me this time with my family,,yes,she woke up and is no longer on life support!!!!!:):)God is good!!thanks for your prayers,,still a process,but she is going to be ok:):):):).”
Several reports suggest the two sides of the family aren’t in agreement about Bobbi Kristina’s prognosis or the best course of action, although Bobby Brown is the one authorized to make medical decisions. The International Business Times, quoting a family source, reported that “nothing has improved” since Bobbi Kristina was moved to the DeKalb Medical facility after weeks at Emory University Hospital.
“She is still unresponsive and unfortunately hasn’t made any progress in the new place,” the family source told IBT.