Bobbi Kristina Brown lies in a medically induced coma in an Atlanta hospital while her family members display a wide range of odd behaviors. Dad Bobby Brown has stuck closely to his daughter’s side, while his sister–Bobbi Kristina Brown’s aunt, Leolah Brown–has given reports to the media stating that both Nick Gordon and Pat Houston (Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law) may have been involved in a plot to have Bobbi Kristina murdered.
Now cousin Jerod Brown–who goes by the stage name YF Kennedy–has released a tribute song on YouTube, called ‘Pray for BK.’ Jerod Brown is another of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family members that Bobby Brown has urged the media to disregard.
Jerod Brown came to the defense of Nick Gordon recently, too.
“Nick has cooperated with the police department, he has cooperated with my uncle Bobby’s request,” he stated. “He has given my family members as much information as he can.”
— People magazine (@people) March 17, 2015
Check out Jerod Brown’s song, ‘Pray for BK.’
Meanwhile in the Bobbi Kristina Brown saga, another report has surfaced about a missing $250K diamond ring. It’s one Whitney Houston reportedly gave to her daughter, and she was supposedly wearing it on January 31st, when she was found–nearly drowned–in the bathtub of her Roswell, Georgia home.
$250K 10-Carat diamond ring Whitney Houston gave Bobbi Kristina Brown is missing! http://t.co/xogzkPSZQO
— Radar Online (@radar_online) March 17, 2015
It seems Nick Gordon brought up the subject of the ring during his time with Dr. Phil McGraw, before heading off to rehab. In fact, he asked his mother about the ring during his interview with Dr. Phil. She said she had put the ring away for safe keeping.
Bobby Brown’s family then contacted the Dr. Phil Show asking for help in locating the ring. RadarOnline reports that a source told them Nick Gordon and his mother then explained that the ring they talked about wasn’t the one Whitney Houston had gifted Bobbi Kristina Brown.
Oh, what a saga this tragedy has wound up being for the media. It’s unfathomable to imagine what life is like behind the scenes for everyone who is close to Bobbi Kristina Brown. Hopefully this young woman will one day emerge from her coma and tell everyone what happened that fateful day, but as she nears the two-month mark of existing in this unconscious state, it’s far less likely that such a thing will happen.