Bobbi Kristina Brown’s hospitalization over the weekend is taking center stage on the cover of the latest issue of National Enquirer. The magazine reports that Bobbi Kristina was pregnant and involved in some drama concerning suicide. Was Bobbi Kristina pregnant and suicidal?
Apparently, she revealed some of what the publication refers to her as her final moments in some text messages. In case you’ve missed the news, she was found face down in a bathtub at her home in Georgia over the weekend. She is showing little signs of brain activity in the hospital, but has been moved in order for her to get the best care possible. Brown is fighting for her life and has opened and closed her eyes, thus giving the family some hope for her recovery.
The magazine reports:
Before the shocking suicide attempt, though, Bobbi Kristina had sent texts to the mother of her close pal, Danyela, who was staying with her boyfriend at Bobbi Kristina and hubby Nick Gordon’s home.
The worried mom wanted Danyela to return home, a source told The ENQUIRER.
“Danyela is perfectly fine, [you were] totally out of line for calling the cops and PUTTING her in harms way…That’s not right at ALL,” Bobbi Kristina replied.
And the further text message exchange appear to be a chilling portent of the tragic events to follow including Bobbi’s grim text she feels “pain like your heart has been ripped out…”
So basically there was some bickering before she was found face down in the bathtub. Another source close to the situation said that Bobbi Kristina was feeling depressed because it was so close to the third anniversary of her mother’s untimely passing. It all makes sense, but let’s just hope that she doesn’t follow in Whitney Houston’s tragic footsteps.
Will you be picking up the latest issue of the National Enquirer featuring Bobbi Kristina Brown on the cover? Lastly, do you think she was pregnant by Nick Gordon and tried to commit suicide? Hit the comments and let us know your thoughts.
National Enquirer: Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Pregnant Suicide Drama was last modified: February 4th, 2015 by