Bobbi Kristina and The Houston family have embarked on a journey of discovery in their new Lifetime reality show, The Houston’s On Our Own but they’ve also received a ton of negative criticism over the way the teen is being portrayed.
Throughout the 14 episode half-hour series, viewers are seeing the Houston Family as they come together to deal with the loss of Whitney and focus on Krissy, the 19 year-old daughter of Bobby Brown and Whitney, and the only heir to her mother’s estate.
This is truly a journey through the emotional spaces of a family that has been public for so many years.
Of course you already know that Bobbi K has heard (and/or read) what’s being said about her and her family and I’m almost positive she and her brother/boyfriend Nick Gordon, visit the blogs to read up about their antics.
In light of all the naysayers, Bobbi Kristina has issued a statement of sorts to address her critics.
I am Bobbi Kristina Brown. I am 19 years old and my mother just recently passed. I’m definitely not saying I have my good and my bad days but my family is behind me to protect me.
This is me and my family’s journey. At the end of the day, you can love me or hate me but I’m still human.
Lifetime’s all-new docuseries “The Houstons: On Our Own”, every Wednesday at 9pm ET/PT with back-to-back episodes, chronicles those closest to the pop music icon, including her daughter Bobbi Kristina (Krissy); Pat Houston, Whitney’s sister-in-law and manager; Pat’s daughter Rayah; Whitney’s brother Gary; mother, Grammy® Award-winning singer Cissy Houston, and family friend Nick Gordon, as they try and pick up the pieces after her untimely death.