Praying For Crissy Houston, Whitney’s Mom Said To Be Battling Incurable Health Crisls
Our thoughts and prayers are with Whitney Houston’s mom, Cissy Houston, at the hardest time. Clearly, the past 6 years have been scary for the 84 year old Houston family matriarch. Ever since losing Whitney in 2012, stuffs have just gotten worse.
Later, then losing her grandbaby, Bobbi Kristina, and now handling with her son, Gary’s, revelation that he and Whitney were se’xually ab’used by her niece, Dee Dee Warwick- it’s a lot and has allegedly taken a severe toll on her health.
It’s now been said by Radar Online, that Cissy is now battling dementia, and a family source says the latest stress factors within their family caused the symptoms to looking like rapidly progress: Through Radar Online: [Cissy Houston] has been suffering her own health problems,
RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively. “She’s in the prior stages of dementia,” a source told Radar of the Grammy-winning Gospel vocalist. “She repeats herself a lot and doesn’t recall what she says. She just says she’s getting old.”
Recent asserts made by Whitney’s brother, Gary, that he and his songstress sister were molested as kid by their cousin, Dee Dee Warwick, have made her health woes more of a worried for family. “The family is already fractured enough,” told the source,
“but she has had enough clarity to familiar what’s going on with these asserts and is very sorrowful.”
This comes on the heels of the family endorsed documentary, “Whitney,” which Cissy and many other family members participated in.
This also comes soon later Cissy and her niece/vocalist, Dionne Warwick (77), launched a p’issed off statement to b’last their family. They are o’utraged with certain family members, for disclosing information of the reported m’olestation Gary and Whitney Houston supposed to e’ndured from Dionne’s late sister,
Dee Dee in the movie. In their lengthy statement to People Magazine, here’s part of what Cissy and Dionne said: “My niece Dionne Warwick and I make this statement to raise our voices above the din over the launch of the movie, Whitney.
However, the movie is marketed as a Houston Family approved/endorsed project, neither my son, Michael, Dionne nor I knew of the assertions of abuse, the direction the movie would take, until 2 days before the screening at Cannes. […]
We cannot…overstate the shock and scary we feel and the hardness we have believing that my niece Dee Dee Warwick (Dionne’s sister) molested 2 of my 3 kids.