Tragic death of Bobbi Kristina

  1. realtalk247 profile image70
    realtalk247posted 13 months ago

    Do you think Nick Gordan had anything to do with her death?
    Do you think Nick Gordan really loved Bobbi Kristina or was he an opportunist ready to take advantage of an opportunity to comfort the late Whitney Houston's daughter?
    Do you think Nick Gordan played a role in Bobbi Kristina's death?

    1. Misfit Chick profile image93
      Misfit Chickposted 13 months ago in reply to this

      That entire situation was warped; and I'm not sure who's fault it would be, really. We tend to not place any blame on the 'victim'; but for as much as she had been through - Bobbi was an adult who made her own decisions. It doesn't seem like she was really letting the adults around her who loved her, very close. She was probably using Nick as a crutch. I doubt that Nick was an opportunist - he lived in Whitney's household with them as Bobbi's brother. Their feelings for each other probably went too deep and got tangled into a weird web after Whitney died. Bobbi was probably pretty confused, at times. He probably was, too. They are both young people who went through some tough times together. Twisted probably doesn't even cover it when you add in Whitney & Bobby Brown's addictions & marriage problems. Whose fault is it? Sadly, and believe me I really HATE to say this because *I* loved Whitney Houston. But it was probably her and her ex's fault (Bobbi Kristina's parents) more than anyone else on this earth.

      1. realtalk247 profile image70
        realtalk247posted 13 months ago in reply to this

        Wow. Interesting perspective.  With stardom, fame, and the spotlight coupled with an unstable family life it must have been difficult for her to cope. Losing her mother was tragic and one must remember when money is involved it is difficult to know who to trust because so many people have a motive. 
        She was born with addictive genes from both parents. From bother to lover? IDK.
        Such a sad situation for a young lady's life to end so tragically.