Atlanta Housewives Send Prayers To Bobbi Kristina Brown
Claudia, Cynthia, Porsha and Kenya all send love to Whitney Houston's hospitalized daughter.
In the days since Bobbi Kristina Brown, the 21-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, was rushed to a Georgia hospital after being found unconscious in a bathtub, several of the Real Housewives of Atlanta have taken to social media to send postive vibes for a recovery.
"My prayers go out to Bobbi Kristina & her family," Cynthia Bailey shared on Instagram, including a photo of the young woman smiling next to her superstar mom, who died almost three years to the day in February 2012.
Porsha Williams shared a similar sentiment on Instagram. "Prayers go up for #BobbiKristina," she wrote.
Meanwhile Claudia Jordan has used social media to step up and speak up against those who have bullied Bobbi Kristina since the incident.
"Discussing Bobbi Kristina today & vicious attacks on social media," she wrote. "Can we all START to try a little harder to be kinder? U never know....People think that celebrities are immune to getting their feelings hurt & should just TAKE whatever is thrown at them w/out being affected."
"Please stop all the mean jokes/comments about #BobbiKristina now is NOT the time," she continued. "She is a 21 year old girl fighting for her life."
She had one more message for the online commenters. "Everyone is NOT a comedian," she said. "So let's send prayers UP and keep the slander & bad joke attempts to a minimum #BobbiKristina."
Please stop all the mean jokes/comments about #BobbiKristina now is NOT the time. She is a 21 year old girl fighting for her life.— Claudia Jordan (@claudiajordan) February 2, 2015
Kenya Moore also recently described the events around Bobbi Kristina's hospitalization as "truly heartbreaking I'm so sad."
Since she was found at her home on January 31, her father has released a statement. "Privacy is requested in this matter," the statement reads. "Please allow for my family to deal with this matter and give my daughter the love and support she needs at this time."