Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of R&B singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, turned 22 years old at Emory hospital in Atlanta, where she remains on life support after drowning in a bathtub on Jan. 31.
While Bobbi Krissi lies in limbo, her dysfunctional family shamelessly fights amongst each other for camera time on cable news networks.
Gossip tabloid TMZ reported earlier this week that certain family members were busy filming a reality TV show. No one was surprised that this family would try and profit off of the family tragedy.
"There is no Brown family reality show that is in production which chronicles Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina or the medical emergency she presently faces at Emory Hospital," Christopher Brown of Brown & Rosen LLC, legal counsel for Bobby Brown, said in the statement to Us Weekly. "These reports are irresponsible and Warner Brothers as the owner of TMZ, should be ashamed to publish such nonsense, particularly one day before Bobbi Kristina’s birthday. Bobbi Kristina and Bobby Brown are dealing with enough right now. The fact that TMZ/Warner Brothers has decided to inject negativity into their lives at this critical time is plain insanity."
Brown added: "We continue to request privacy in regards to my daughter’s medical condition. We thank everyone that supports Bobbi Kristina and God is hearing our prayers."
The bold emphasis is mine, because I had no clue that Warner Brothers (the conglomerate that owns movie studios and record labels) owned TMZ. My staff (of one) is busy researching TMZ's archives to see if the gossip tabloid showed favoritism to Warner's projects or artists.
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