The Houston family seems determined to make the late Whitney roll over in her grave. The tension between the family matriarch Cissy Houston and Whitney’s daughter Bobbi Kristina is spilling over into the public realm. The two famously revealed their rift on an episode of “Houstons: On Our Own” where Bobbi describes their relationship as “iffy.” BK has expounded on their conflict on Twitter saying:
“Anything concerning my grandmother’s book, I and @nickgordon of course personally have nothing to do with,” Bobbi wrote on Twitter. “I haven’t read [it] and won’…I find it to be disrespectful to my mother and me being her daughter won’t tolerate it [sic]. […] I KNOW THE TRUTH,” Bobbi-Kristina continued on the social site. “HER…. #Oblivious & #OUTOFLINEWRONG. But it’s all good & nothing but love, MYMOTHER taught ME better than that. (: xO.”
You have to imagine that Whitney also taught her to respect her grandmother and not to air family grievances.
The book, in question, “Remembering Whitney: My Story Of Love, Loss And The Night The Music Stopped” addresses some of the most talked-about challenges in Whitney’s Life, from her marriage to Bobby Brown to her drug use, through the eyes of her mother, Cissy Houston. It’s unfortunate that it’s straining Cissy’s relationship with her granddaughter.
What are your thoughts on Cissy’s book and Bobbi Kristina’s comments, Clutchettes?