Bobbi Kristina, Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s daughter, will finally break her silence in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that will air later this month. Other family members will also be featured in the TV special.
Ever since the singer’s unexpected death on February 11, Bobbi Kristina (or Krissi, as her mother used to call her) has been laying low, while reports in the media claimed the worst about her.
This, as we also reported at the time, also included speculation on whether she was battling the same demons as her mother, after insiders claimed she was “high” at the funeral.
The Houston family will finally be breaking their silence, and will probably also address all these rumors.
Bobbi Kristina and other family members will be interviewed by Oprah for a TV special scheduled to air later this month, JustJared informs.
“Oprah Winfrey has secured an interview with Whitney Houston‘s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, for a TV special set to air on her Oprah Winfrey Network,” the celebrity e-zine says.
“The 58-year-old media mogul’s Oprah’s Next Chapter will also include interviews with Whitney‘s sister-in-law and manager, Patricia Houston, and her brother Gary,” adds the same report.
“Oprah’s interview with Whitney‘s family airs Sunday, March 11, at 9 p.m.,” JJ says.
While the Houston family has refrained from doing interviews until now, not the same can be said about members of Bobby Brown’s family, Whitney’s ex and Bobbi Kristina’s estranged father.
This week, Bobby’s sister, Leola Brown, sat down for a televised interview to claim that she knew for a fact that the singer’s death had not been an accident, as we also informed you at the time.
She wouldn’t say who might be responsible for it because her attorney had advised her not to get into it, but she did warn Krissi to trust no one, except her grandmother, her father and herself.
Leola also claimed that she’d been like a sister to Whitney, and promised she would not rest until she found out what happened on her final day.