Did Whitney Houston’s Daughter Strike A Deal For Her Own Reality Show?
To the rest of the world, she’s doing too much too soon after the death of her mother Whitney Houston, but that hasn’t stopped Bobbi Kristina from seeking out the spotlight. The 19-year-old has already scored a role on Tyler Perry‘s TBS sitcom, For Better or Worse, and now comes word that she’s reached a verbal deal with a cable network for her own reality show. Not surprisingly, the Houston family isn’t happy about it because of Bobbi Kristina’s own battle with drugs and alcohol. An inside source, who described a possible Bobbi Kristina reality show as a “train wreck,” told RadarOnline:
“This show is being done against her family’s advice.”
Reportedly, this isn’t the first time that there’s been talk about a reality show for Bobbi Kristina, but now the obviously misguided teen and the network are anxious to make the show happen because of the increased public interest in Bobbi in the wake of her mother’s shocking death. Nevertheless, Bobbi Kristina does have one concern about putting her life out in the open for the public to see. A source involved in the project told RadarOnline:
“Bobbi is scared the world will label her just like her mother.”
Apparently, Bobbi isn’t doing anything to convince people she isn’t like her mother as she allegedly showed up at a meeting with the cable network under the influence. According to a source:
“She was slurring her words and said: ‘I will show the world I am NOT my mother and will NOT walk in her shoes down her path,’ then seconds later would mutter, ‘My mother was just normal, completely normal, someone who did normal things. She just listened to all the wrong people–and did the wrong things.’”
Jesus take the wheel!!! Someone get a hold of this girl and help her get her life together!! A reality show is in no way, shape, or form a good move for her right now (or ever for that matter). Perhaps she should watch her parents on old episodes of Being Bobby Brown…maybe then she will give that cable network a great, big “hell to the no” about doing a reality show.