After months of being in a coma, Bobbi Kristina Brown died Sunday evening. Now, just one day after her passing, Bobbi Kristina’s family is opening up about the details of Bobbi’s last moments.
The 22-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown was serenaded with Bible verses as she faded away, Pat and Gary told Entertainment Tonight.
Bobbi’s extended family joined Pat and Gary for the ET interview, including Pat’s brother Ray Watson; sister-in-law Donna Houston; cousin Meeta Brown; and Wanda Shelley, a close family friend.
As Bobbi Kristina passed away on Sunday, her family offered Bible verses they felt were relevant to the heartbreaking situation, such as Psalms 23’s “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.”
One relative mentioned that the spirit of Bobbi Kristina’s late mother was in the room. The relative said Whitney was summoning Bobbi Kristina to the other side.
Relatives told ET that when Bobbi Kristina was pronounced dead at 8:17 pm, the family, who had been by her side for six months, chanted “Hallelujah.”
Bobbi Kristina’s funeral is planned for Thursday in Atlanta. The family said they plan on making the funeral a celebration of her life and “the Sweet 16 she never had.”
Director Tyler Perry, who is a close family friend, is assisting with the arrangements.
The family also disclosed more information about Bobbi Kristina’s drug problem. They mentioned that she was planning on going to rehab before she was found unconscious in her bathtub on January 31.
They also claimed that Bobbi Kristina didn’t want her partner Nick Gordon around for her transition into rehab.
Though the autopsy revealed no evidence of foul play, Bobbi Kristina’s death may be investigated as a homicide. Nick Gordon has been identified as a person of interest.