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Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Organs Failing, Nick Gordon Praying

Bobbi Kristina Brown Dying

Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown’s organs are shutting down, but her father Bobby Brown wants to keep her on life support regardless of whether or not they’re a long-term prognosis, according to sources who discussed the matter with TMZ.

Family sources say that it doesn’t matter if she’s taken off life support, as her organs are failing regardless. The family is currently weighing its options but her father wants to keep her on life support. She’s shown minimal brain activity since she was admitted after having been rushed to the hospital a couple of weeks back.

Police are investigating how she came to be found face down in a bathtub with injuries to her chest and bruises on her mouth. A domestic dispute with her boyfriend Nick has become evident with the emergence of a 911 call.

She was involved in a car crash a week before her drowning.

Her boyfriend has told the media to stop “speaking to unauthorized family members,” according to the Daily Mail.

Nick Gordon was in “constant prayer for his companion” while she fights for her life in the hospital, WKBW reported.

Kristina is currently in a medically induced coma with minimal brain activity. While her bran function improved a few days after she was checked into the hospital, her condition has since deteriorated, leaving her family with a difficult decision.

Some of the family members think she should be taken off of life support, but are reportedly respectful of her father’s strong religious beliefs which have compelled him to give her a fighting chance by leaving her on life support.

Do you think the family should pull the plug or keep Bobbi Kristina Brown on life support?

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