The family of Bobby Kristina Brown, daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston is reported to have accepted to let go of her and are ready to announce her death any time after doctors informed them there was no real hope of recovery, reported TMZ.
Speculations of an impending death announcement was further inflamed after a white tent was mysteriously erected outside the Peachtree Christian Hospice where Bobbi Kristina Brown has been treated over the last three weeks, the report said.
Minutes later, a hearse was also seen backing into the tent, igniting rumors that the hospice, or the Houston and Brown families, are planning to make some announcement. The arrival of the black automobile raises questions if Bobby Kristina is still alive or already dead.
The Daily Star said the tent is blocking views of all angle, and is preventing journalist and onlookers cannot see anything coming in or out of the door. Officials at the Peachtree Christian Hospice refused to provide the purpose of the tent and family members of the 22-year-old Bobby Kristina are mum on her condition.
However, close family members, including Bobby Kristina's aunt and guardian Pat Houston, Bobby Brown's brother Tommy, Whitney Houston's former bodyguard Ray Watson, were seen coming in through the tent to pay their last visit.
Watson was said to have spent at least 30 minutes in his car in silence after visiting the hospice.
The family has decided to allow Bobbi Kristina to die naturally after removing her from life support and moved to the hospice recently following the decision to take her out of the hospital.
Bobbi Kristina was found unconscious with her face down in her bathtub in January 3 this year. She had been on an induced comatose ever since and is surviving on life support.
As co-guardians, Bobby Brown and Pat Houston must agree on the medical care of Bobbi Kristina. Neither one could make a unilateral decision whether to keep the 22-year-old daughter of the late Whitney Houston on life support, or to remove her from it.