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@NDGordon clears up Bobbi Kristina Twitter rumors

All eyes are on Bobbi Kristina nowadays, the young starlet is the main focus on the media it seems like. The paps are just waiting for her first move....whether its good or bad. Im glad she hasn't been seen since the funeral. This is just getting ridiculous now...its horrible enough that the poor girl lost her mother, she has to grieve publicly, there are numerous allegations about her being high after the funeral, the hoopla surrounding Bobby Brown vs the Houston family, and now there are people impersonating her on Twitter.

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 Lord, can the girl catch a break? WTF?! Now, I started following Bobbi Kristina on Twitter (@RealBKBrown) last year when she released a video of her singing Adele's "Someone Like You". Check out that post here.

Well in light of her recent Twitter absence (she hasn't tweeted since 12/26/2011)...desperate, attention seeking people have created numerous pages pretending to be her. One page (@IAMRealBKBrown) has even gone as far to rip audio for various YouTube videos and pass it off as BK singing covers of her mothers songs. You have to be a sick individual to do that. Like, come on yall. Nick Gordon, Whitney Houston's adopted son took to his Twitter account early this morning to clear up Twitter rumors and let it be known which is indeed his sister's real Twitter account.


Its completely rididculous that he has to do this....yall leave this poor girl alone and allow her to grieve. Give her time and she will return to Twitter in due time...people need to understand we lost the icon Whitney Houston....but she lost her mother. 

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