Bobbi Kristina Brown's Family Will Hold A Candlelight Vigil In Hopes Supporters Will "Keep Praying" For Her Recovery
Bobbi Kristina Brown's family is encouraging the world to keep praying for her recovery. Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown's daughter Bobbi Kristina was found unresponsive in her bathtub on Jan. 31., which is eerily similar to how her late mother, Houston, was found in 2012. A source at People has stated that the family is preparing to say goodbye to the 21-year-old, but according to a new report, they aren't done praying that Brown survives this ordeal. As E! reports, a candlelight vigil for Brown will be held on Monday, Feb. 9 in Riverdale, Georgia.
E! News interviewed Bobbi Kristina's cousin Shanye Brown, who stated that the purpose of the vigil is to "keep praying" for the hospitalized Brown. According to the Facebook page for the vigil, it will be an open event, and community members are encouraged to "bring signs, cell phones with lights, flash lights, or any other type of artificial light source." As of press time, 120 guests have responded as attending on the event invitation.
There may not be much optimistic news from Brown's doctors about her current condition or her odds of surviving the ordeal, but this vigil may bring comfort to Brown's family and friends, who have no doubt gone through a traumatic situation in their own right. This vigil is a way for them to receive support, and it can be an important step in their own healing process, no matter what the outcome.