Bobbi-Kristina Slams Whitney Houston Bio By Grandmother Cissy Houston On Twitter, 'Won't Tolerate It'
Bobbi-Kristina Brown, the daughter of the late Whitney Houston, fired off a series of Twitter rants about her disapproval of her grandmother's upcoming book.
Brown, 22, expressed her frustration about the upcoming release of Remembering Whitney: A Mother's Story of Life, Loss, and the Night the Music Stopped, written by Whitney's mother Cissy Houston. Co-written by Lisa Dickey, the book is set for release on Feb. 11, on the one-year anniversary of Whitney's death. The book provides details about her tragic passing that occurred on the eve of the Grammys last year.
Brown wrote on Twitter that she and her boyfriend Nick Gordon has nothing to do with the book and that she will not "tolerate" the fact that personal details about her and her mother's life will be leaked.
"ANYTHING concerning mygrandmothersBook•I&@nickdgordon OFCOURSE personally haveNOTHING2dowith• I ask youplsRESPECT tht•Haven't read&won't•," Brown tweeted on Jan. 31.
"I find it 2B Disrespect2MYMOTHER & me being HERDAUGHTER won't tolerate it. I LOVEYOUALL for your support though & I thank you immensely••xO!," she wrote.
Brown hinted that her grandmother may have mentioned her in the book when she tweeted that she "made (her) mistakes," bust she asked why Cissy does not leave her personal history "in the past."
"Please god•Why can't the past just STAY in the past•made my mistakes• learned•I am YOURS•Who i am 2DAY, the girl I was before is #Dead&Gone•," she added.
Cissy revealed personal details about her daughter's life in the book, from Whitney's history of drug use to the moment Cissy learned of Whitney's tragic passing:
"That was the moment my life shattered. I don't know what I did or said after that. I was told later that I screamed so loudly that the whole building must have heard me, but my mind was absolute blank, except for one thought - that my baby had gone."
Remembering Whitney: A Mother's Story of Life, Loss, and the Night the Music Stopped by Cissy Houston will arrive in bookstores nationwide on Feb. 11.