Leolah Brown (pictured), the sister of crooner Bobby Brown and aunt to Bobbi Kristina Brown recently commented on her niece’s grave condition stating that “she is improving,” though she is still on life support.
After Bobbi Kristina’s iconic mother Whitney Houston passed away three years ago, the very same vocal aunt also warned the young starlet to be mindful of the people whom she surrounds herself with, according to Fox 5 Atlanta.
In the interview on Feb. 10, Leolah Brown states that she warned Bobbi Kristina some time ago “not to trust anybody,” and said she “saw this coming.”
Flash back to 2012, when Leolah Brown spoke with the primetime celeb news format show, “Access Hollywood,” after Houston’s passing. Then, she said she felt an uneasiness about Bobbi’s situation intimating that perhaps her niece could very well be in an environment that was toxic, dangerous and that she should only trust a select few.
“I am concerned about my niece Bobbi Kristina, yes,” whom she refers to as “Krissy.” “Krissy is not safe right now. I want to say to Krissy that it’s very, very, very important that she does not trust anybody at this time. Anybody except her father, her grandmother Cissy and myself. And I mean that.”
Even though Leolah, who was accompanied by her attorney Reginald Mason, did not specifically name names, as to whom Bobbi Kristina should guard herself against, she did tell the celeb program, “Right now is the time to just really shut the door.” Mason also chimed in at the time of the interview to also have Bobbi Kristina take heed to his advice: “There are persons that possibly would want to take advantage of Bobbi Kristina’s fragile state of mind.”
Keep in mind, as previously reported, Leolah also appeared on HLN’s “Dr. Drew On Call” show that year and did not mince her words when she staunchly stated that Houston’s death was not purely accidental.
Meanwhile, on Feb. 10 of this year Bobby Brown’s attorney issued a warning to numerous news reporting outlets that are publishing false information about his daughter’s condition.