After much speculation, Bobbi Kristina, 19, has broken her silence on Twitter about dating her ‘adopted’ brother Nick Gordon, 22.
Whitney Houston took Nick in at the age of 10 after learning his mother could no longer care for him, but she never legally adopted him. Bobbi and Nick grew up together like siblings and are still living together in Whitney’s Atlanta home, according to reports.
The couple was recently spotted kissing and holding hands outside a Target store in Johns Creek, Georgia, according to Hollywoodlife.com. And now, a new Hollywoodlife.com report reveals that the couple has confirmed their relationship status on Twitter.
Bobbi tweeted for the first time in three months: “@ndgordon I don’t understand why the world is so against LOVE!!!” Bobbi tweeted. “Let @ndgordon love and support @REALbkBrown! Stop hating people.”
Bobbi also retweeted this comment from a fan: “@ndgordon its no ones business what you and @REALbkBrown do. If people don’t understand that’s their problem. Do what makes you happy.”
Nick Gordon also defended his relationship on Twitter: “I’ve proved my loyalty to [Krissy] and the Houston family. I don’t owe any of you anything. Ha I don’t even know y’all haters. And Kriss is doing really well, I’ve been so happy with her strength.”
Nick went on to says that he and Bobbi are not blood-related. “For the stupid ppl out there she gave birth to 1 child. And she trusted me with EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Bobbi Kristina just recently spoke out in an interview with Oprah about the pain of losing her mother. She was reportedly hospitalized on the day of her mother’s passing but has since been doing much better.
She opened up about her last day and night with her mom before she passed away on Feb. 11. Bobbi Kirstina said: “The very last day, it was so early in the morning… I went to go and get her… I was like, ‘Will you come and lay down with me?’” She added: “She was rubbing my head, and I slept in her arms all day and all night long.”
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