President Obama Releases Statement About Whitney’s Death

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President Obama released statement in which he is keeping Bobbi Kristina his prayers after the death of her mother.

Read how our source puts it…

President Barack Obama is concerned about Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina after her recent hospital scares … this according to a rep for the White House.

Press Secretary Jay Carney just released a statement — claiming Obama’s thoughts and prayers are with Whitney Houston’s family, especially her daughter.

Bobbi was taken to the hospital Saturday night and again on Sunday. We’re told Bobbi was “hysterical, exhausted and inconsolable” after her mother’s death.

Family members fear Bobbi might be suicidal.

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3 Responses to President Obama Releases Statement About Whitney’s Death

  1. Taye Belew says:

    What else can I do to help except pray that God give you the strength to conquer your sorrow as He helped me to conquer mine. If she were old enough to understand , it were half as sad . But the consolation is even in such overwhelming sorrow , the consolation is that there are human beings all around us and the closer we feel to each other the less heavy the burden of sorrow. In ethiopia where I come from , they pitch a big tent when someone dies and the entire neighbourhood and allwe children spend nights in the tent , eating and drinking with the mourners so that they get distracted from their sorrow. A traditional and effective method of sharing sorrow . And when you are grown up and remember your childhood you think of death as something you celebrated under a big white tent with people crying . The tears seem to you a part of the celebration . But Ethiopia is an ancient country and to introduce such ways of life now in the 21st centuary , if any way of life can be introduced at all if it were not there already , makes me question the nature of life again .

  2. Shelley Brooks says:

    Find strength in God. Your mother will now be your angle

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