Whitney Houston‘s daughter, Bobbi-Kristina Brown, took to Twitter to slam her grandmother’s account of Whitney’s life in her new memoir, “Remembering Whitney.” In the book, Cissy Houston speaks of the bad influence by Bobbi-Kristina’s father, Bobby Brown, as well as bad feelings towards the woman with whom Whitney may or may not have had a lesbian affair.
Cissy’s dirty laundry with Bobbi-Kristina over alcohol abuse and her surprise engagement to Nick Gordon — who was considered like a son to Whitney — was aired to the public on the family’s Lifetime reality show, “The Houston’s: On Our Own.” Now it seems Cissy’s book has caused an even greater rift between Whitney’s mom and daughter.
“Anything concerning my grandmother’s book, I and Nick Gordon of course personally have nothing to do with,” Bobbi-Kristina writes on Twitter. “I ask you please respect that. Haven’t read and won’t.”
Ms. Brown continues, “I find it to be disrespect to my mother and me, being her daughter, won’t tolerate it. I know the truth. Her … oblivious and out of line wrong. But it’s all good and nothing but love, my mother taught me better than that.”
Cissy has said publicly she didn’t like the reality show’s portrayal of her granddaughter, and she heard through the grapevine Bobbi-Kristina didn’t want the book to be published.