Bobbi Kristina’s aunt Leolah was kicked out of her funeral

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Bobbi Kristina's aunt Leolah was kicked out of her funeral

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s aunt Leolah was kicked out of her funeral after going on a tirade about Pat Houston.

On August 1st, family and friends gathered in Atlanta, Georgia to pay their last respects to Bobbi Kristina – who passed away at the young age of only 22. Unfortunately, Bobbi’s aunt Leolah interrupted the service with a few choice words for Pat.

Leolah reportedly yelled, “Whitney is rolling over in her grave! You are so wrong for this, Pat!”

Leolah was taken outside to give her time to cool off, but was eventually allowed back in to sing hymns with others in attendance at the funeral. Leolah told reporters outside, “I told her that Whitney is going to haunt her from the grave.”

According to TMZ, Leolah had the outburst when Pat, Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law and Bobbi Kristina’s co-legal guardian, began to speak to Bobbi Kristina’s loved ones. Director Tyler Perry also intervened during the situation.
There’s been an ongoing feud between the Brown and Houston families since Bobbi Kristina was put in a medically induced coma on Jan. 31. More recently, Leolah slammed Pat for allegedly telling Bobby that it was “costing too much money” to keep his daughter alive.

“If Pat knew The God that I know, instead of trying to inherit my niece’s money for her personal gain, she would mind her own business and go find A JOB for herself without continuously working so hard to destroy my niece, beg her for money and get angry when she cannot get it!” Leolah claimed in a June Facebook post. “Pat has NO RIGHT WHATSOEVER to be anywhere near my niece’s Estate! Whitney would NEVER CONDONE OR AGREE to that!”

Sad. Let’s hope that they can put their differences aside and go on with their lives now.

Source, Photo Credit: Fame/Flynet

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Monday, August 3rd, 2015 at 12:12pm
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