Fish don’t fry in the kitchen, and Bobbi Kristina won’t get her first inheritance until two years from now. So, it’s reality television time to keep the cash rolling in for the Houston family.
A Lifetime original series, ‘The Houstons: On Our Own’ will beam onto the small screen October 24th at 9p/8c with Gary Houston making it clear to Krissi’s boo thang, “no one knew that from a God son you would turn into a boyfriend.”
Hours before Bobbi Kristina made her acting debut on ‘For Better or Worse’, show creator Tyler Perry took to his website to voice his support.
“Ok, with my heart and soul I will help and protect this child, just as I tried to do for Whitney. So with that said, one thing I knew that Krissi would need after Whitney’s death was a safe place to grieve. So when she told me she wanted to act I said I would help,” writes Perry in a community message to his supporters.
He continued: “If she had said she wanted to be a doctor I would have tried to help her get into the best schools. But because she said acting, that was easy for me. I thought, ‘this is great’. This way I could have her on the show, while at the same time be there for her and help her walk through this grief.”
Is all well in the land of milk and lilac v-neck sweaters?
In a message posted to his website titled “Leave This Baby Alone And Stop The Lies Please,” Tyler Perry refutes a Radar Online report that Bobbi Kristina walked off the set ‘For Better or Worse’ and quit. The director writes:
“After Whitney’s funeral, Krissi and I spent a long time talking about her goals and dreams. She said she wanted to act. That’s when I decided to write her into “For Better Or Worse”. I thought that there would be no better way for me to help her move through the grieving than by giving her something to focus on.”
A representative from the Houston Family reportedly told website Rumor Fix that gossip Bobbi Kristina has reached a verbal agreement to film a reality series is “absolutely not true.”
That means she will not be coming to a Sweaty Black Club near you to co-host Thirsty Thursdays with Draya Michele and one of Drake’s ex-girlfriend. Don’t believe the party promoters on Twitter.
Radar Online reported earlier this week that Bobbi Kris met with cable television network honchos to discuss the would-be controversial show set to shed light on what daily life is like for the 19-year-old after the sudden death of her famous mother Whitney Houston.
Bobbi Kristina’s boyfriend Nick Gordon was also speculated to play a major role in the reality series.