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Rosie Perez: Angela Bassett’s Whitney Biopic “must have killed” Bobbi Kristina

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rosieperezBy Tamala Perkins

On Tuesday, Rosie Perez came back to ABC’s The View after being gone for so long that some thought she was gone forever. Unfortunately for Perez, it seems that her return did not go so well. She was commenting on the tragic case of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina where the young woman was found unresponsive in a bath tub over the weekend. The incident happened almost three years to the day after Whitney Houston died in a similar way.
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Perez said,

“Just thought about the movie that came out, and this is no disrespect to Angela Bassett because I love Angela Bassett, but this unauthorized biography of her mom must have killed her!”

Perez immediately realized how what she had just said sounded and admitted that it was “terrible phrasing”. The 50 year old actress went on to rephrase what she was saying and said that she meant that Bobbi Kristina seeing the biopic must have “hurt her deeply”.

Angela Bassett became friends with Whitney Houston when they starred in the 199os movie Waiting to Exhale. The Lifetime biopic Whitney was Bassetts’s directorial debut. The movie aired on January 17 on Lifetime and got mixed reviews. Immediately following the movie, an interview with Bobby Brown was aired.

According to law enforcement, Bobbi Kristina had been taking drugs before being found in the bathtub in her unresponsive state. The latest reports say that she is still in a coma and is “fighting for her life”.
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Bobby Kristina was Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s only child. She is the heiress to her mother’s estate. It was recently reported that she and her “husband” Nick Gordon were actually never married. Reports say that Brown and Gordon had had a fight before she was found in her Atlanta home.
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Bobby Brown has asked that the family’s privacy be respected at this difficult time.