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Stars share Bobbi Kristina sadness

Published 27/07/2015

Bobbi Kristina Brown
Bobbi Kristina Brown

Celebrities are posting messages of sympathy on social media following the tragic death of Bobbi Kristina Brown yesterday.

The daughter of Bobby Brown and late singing sensation Whitney Houston passed away aged just 22 yesterday, after spending almost six months in a coma.

Now celebrities are taking to Twitter to pass on their condolences and share their own sense of loss.

“No parent ever think of burying their child be4 they go so extra prayers 4BobbyBrown & Cissy Houston Rest #BobbiKristina (sic),” Missy Elliott posted.

Kylie Jenner also tweeted: “Rest in peace #BobbiKristina. Got a chance to hang out with u once & I'll never forget it or you! Ugh this is so sad :( (sic).”

Others shared pictures of Bobbi with her mother Whitney. Among them was Ciara, who posted a touching picture on Instagram of the late singer smiling down at Bobbi as a baby.

“Lost For Words About The Life Story Of Whitney and Her Daughter Bobbi Kristina. Praying For The Houston and Brown Family. #RestInPeaceBobbiKristina (sic),” she captioned the shot.

Others to pay their condolences include Oprah Winfrey, Puff Daddy, Boy George, Leona Lewis, Victoria Justice and Taraji P. Henson.

According to Entertainment Tonight, a funeral service will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, this week. Then Bobbi’s body will be flown to New Jersey, where she will be buried alongside her mother, Whitney at the Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, New Jersey.

Bobbi died at the Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Georgia, surrounded by her loved ones. She had been on life support since she was found unconscious face down in a bathtub in January.

It mimics the death of her mother, who was also found unconscious in a bathtub in February 2012.

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