Last Sunday night, Bobbi Kristina Brown gave her first interview to Oprah Winfrey exactly one month after her mother Whitney Houston passed away in February but over the course of their chat, she never talked about her burgeoning relationship with her pseudo “brother” Nick Gordon. You see, years ago, Whitney Houston brought Nick Gordon into her home and raised him as her own son after his parents abandoned him. For years, he was referred to as “Whitney‘s adopted son” altho he was never formally adopted into the family. In recent weeks, there has been speculation that Bobbi Kris and Nick have moved their relationship from a brother/sister one to a romantic one. Today we get to see photos of the young couple out and about together … and from the looks of their obvious PDA, it’s clear their relationship is now a romantic one.
Whitney Houston’s daughter engaged in some hardcore PDA — including a kiss — with her secret BF yesterday … a guy who happens to be her pseudo-adopted brother … 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina was seen in a full-on lip-lock with 22-year-old Nick Gordon during a lunch run in Atlanta Tuesday … confirming suspicions the two are romantically involved. As previously reported, Nick and Bobbi go way back … when Whitney unofficially “adopted” Nick into the family roughly 10 years ago after learning Nick was having problems at home. He’s been living with the Houstons ever since.
HMMM. Firstly, let’s remember that Bobbi Kris and Nick are NOT blood related. Secondly, let’s remember that grief can cause people to do unconventional things … can make them feel feelings they never did before. I can’t say that this romantic pairing sounds like a good idea to me but, then again, now that Bobbi Kris and Nick are both mourning the loss of Whitney, it makes sense that they would want to find solace in one another. I understand the other members of the Houston family are not (and have never been) fond of Nick Gordon so I’m sure the are not happy at this development. But … yeah, this just seems like a really bad idea to me. I mean … right?