Bobbi Kristina Brown’s grandmother, Cissy Houston, broke her silence this week about the 22-year-old’s condition, revealing the heartbreaking news that there is “still not a great deal of hope,” for her grandchild.
Whitney Houston’s 81-year-old mother appeared on the 107.5 WBLS radio show with Shaila where she admitted that her daughter’s only child was in a dire situation.
“She’s the same. Moved her now to a place for rehabilitation. You know, still not a great deal of hope,” Cissy stoically admitted to the radio host.
As Radar previously reported, hospital policy dictated that Bobbi Kristina be moved, with the transfer to a rehab facility not improving her situation.
Cissy told the host that she is depending on her faith as she watches her 22-year-old grandchild remain in a coma, just three years after Whitney’s death.
“We’re praying,” she said. “… I give it to God one time, cause I know he’s able and I cannot change a thing so I’m asking everybody to pray to the Lord, who we know can do something about it.”
While Bobbi Kristina’s father, Bobby Brown, is “praying for a miracle,” Cissy Houston said she will accept whatever happens to her granddaughter, even her death: “If he works a miracle, thank God. If it happens the other way, I’m alright.”