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Cissy Houston, the mother of the late Whitney Houston, is not happy that Clive Davis invited her to his annual Grammy party. Last year, her daughter passed away just hours before she was supposed to be there.
Cissy said that not only will she not be attending the party, she is appalled by the fact she even got an invitation.
“I got an invitation to the party — which is the most obscene thing,” she told Access Hollywood. “I don’t know why they would want me to come to the party in which she died, you know? Unheard of.”
She added, “I guess maybe he just sent me a copy for remembrance sake.”
Furthermore, while at the unveiling of new new wax figures of her daughter at Madame Tussaud’s in New York City this week, she commented on granddaughter Bobbi Kristina’s slamming of her memoir.
Bobbi Kristina said on Twitter of Remembering Whitney, “Anything concerning my grandmother's book, I and Nick Gordon of course personally have nothing to do with. I ask you please respect that. Haven't read and won't."
She added, "I find it to be disrespect to my mother and me, being her daughter, won't tolerate it. I know the truth. Her ... oblivious and out of line wrong. But it's all good and nothing but love, my mother taught me better than that."
But Cissy said of her comments, “She’s grieving. [She’s] really grieving. Bobbi Kris knows — she better know — that I love her. Anything I can do for her, I’ll be there. I wouldn’t say anything [bad] about my daughter. That’s MY daughter, whom I loved with all my heart.”
She added “I love Krissy because she belongs to my daughter, all right? I think that she’s just grieving. That’s the only other thing I can say about it.”
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