The Houstons.

Apparently Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family is concerned about her well-being and money spending habits that her grandmother and aunt  want to change the distribution schedule of Brown’s inheritance payments.  The supposed goal is to protect Bobbi, a “highly visible target,” from those “who would exert undue influence over her inheritance and/or seek to benefit from respondent’s resources and celebrity.”  In the Famous words of Ed Lover “C’mon son get the f&&k out of here with that”, you can’t pull the wool over our eyes we can tell she gets high.

Bobbi Kristina is following the same paths of famous drug addicts such as Pookie, Gator, Bobby Brown and her late mother Whitney Houston and likes to get high with her friends.  One can only imagine how watching both parents struggle with substance abuse can have a lasting effect on the child let alone being the child of two famous and rich people. I’m sure she can afford to buy the best blow and since Whitney Houston didn’t buy cheap drugs nor keep the receipts from her dealers, her father Bobby Brown was crowned the King of Rock n Blunts by Jamie Foxx it’s almost a wonder she didn’t fall to the same trappings.

Now either Bobbi is in denial (denial can be a hell of a drug) or she isn’t listening to the right people.  She was/is engaged to her adoptive brother Nick Gordon (If that isn’t some Shakespearean shit I don’t know what is) who in his spare time is an aspiring thug and refuses to have anything to do with her father.

So since it’s clear Bobbi isn’t listening to her family I propose we as fans of her parents music schedule an intervention using Rick James’s Dave Chappelle skit focusing on the “Cocaine is a hell of a drug” line the most.

So do you think that Bobbi can be saved or do you think she’s doomed to follow her mother?

Talk to me, I’ll talk back

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