Cissy Houston Responds To Bobbi Kristina’s Criticism Of Her Book Remembering Whitney
Bobbi Kristina has made no secret of the contempt she feels towards her grandmother Cissy Houston‘s tell-all, Remembering Whitney. The book is a surprisingly candid account of the tumultuous life of Bobbi’s mother, Whitney Houston, and the addictions that led to her downfall.
As I previously told you, the 19-year-old recently took to Twitter to express her anger about the book, saying “I find it 2b disrespect2mymother & me being her daughter won’t tolerate it.”
When asked about her granddaugter’s comments during the unveiling of the four new wax statues of her legendary daughter at Madame Tussaud’s in New York City on Thursday, Cissy told Access Hollywood:
“She’s grieving. [She’s] really grieving. Bobbi Kris knows — she better know — that I love her. Anything I can do for her, I’ll be there. I wouldn’t say anything [bad] about my daughter. That’s MY daughter, whom I loved with all my heart.
I love Krissy because she belongs to my daughter, all right? I think that she’s just grieving. That’s the only other thing I can say about it.”
I don’t really fault Bobbi Kristina for feeling a certain way about her grandmother’s book, but the way she went about expressing how she feels was all wrong. Tomorrow marks a year since her mother’s death, and I hope for the sake of Whitney’s memory, she’s able to repair the broken relationship she has with her grandmother.