Whitney sang it best when pointing to her (then) baby girl:
That if she lost her fame and fortune or was homeless on the street. And sleeping in Grand Central Station, it was okay if [Bobbi Kristina] was sleeping with [her] yall.
So…clap your hands yall it’s alright…
“As the years, they pass us by. We stay young in each other’s eyes. No matter how old we get it okay…if I got my baby.”
As the two began to bounce (1:52) and the diva sang:
“If I should die today. Don’t cry, ‘cause on earth we wasn’t meant to stay. No matter…what the people say…I’ll be waiting for you after…the judgment day.”
She then turns to her baby girl to give her a low-five pact and hand-dap-then proceeds to sing: [my love is your love and your love is my love]
“It will take an eternity to break us up.”
All things considered, having known what heaven knows, unfortunately, Bobbi Kristina may be on her way to be with her mommy (the late pop singer Whitney Houston who died Febuary 12, 2012) for her final show, curtains and exit–under water, to be with her mommy-above sky.
Close to the anniversary of her famous mommy’s death, Bobbi Kristina Brown, 21, has been on life support after having been found in a bathtub unresponsive on January 31.
According to reports, yesterday, the doctors told her family that nothing more could be done “Everyone is coming to the hospital to say goodbye,” says a family member.
Birth, death/homegoing and homecoming run amouk during this time.
Most devastated is Bobbi Kristina’s surviving parent, R & B singer Bobby Brown, whom we told younot only has a birthday (today-during this sad time) but too, has a new baby on the way with his current girlfriend-four months pregnant.
“Bobby has been crying nonstop since yesterday” says the source.
“We are grieving.”
Even having moved hospitals (for more intensive care) and since-being put on notice nothing more could be done, obviously, the family still clings on to a glimmer of hope despite it “sinking in that this is it” said a second family member who says they are still praying that God will intervene and heal her body.
According to sources, another family member that went by the hospital overnight to say their goodbyes to Bobbi Kristina said the devastating news was hard to fathom and expressed “If you saw her, you would think she was just sleeping.”
And as Whitney sang it: “It’s okay…if Bobbi Kristina was sleeping with her.”
Whitney’s baby girl is now 21.
And may they both rest in peace and rest in [their] piece-singing:
“Clap your hands y’all it’s alright.”