Bobby Kristina and her father Bobby Brown Bobby Brown has denied rumours that he’s going to take Bobbi Kristina Brown off life support, this is according to Mail online.The 46-year-old musician has been rumoured to be removing his 22-year-old daughter – who he fathered with his late ex-wife Whitney Houston – from the machine.Several websites claimed that Bobby Christina’s father planned to remove his daughter from life support.The reports came nearly four months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub on Jan. 31. The family received hundreds of supportive messages on social media.On January 31st Bobby Kristina she was found unresponsive in a bathtub in her home in Georgia.However, Bobby will ‘never’ take her off life support, and feels like ‘people are just waiting for his daughter to die’.A source close to the Brown family said: ‘It’s background noise. Bobby hears these reports, and it’s annoying to him. He hates that people are just waiting for his daughter to die.’Bobbi Kristina’s condition has remained unchanged since she was transported to a rehab facility in March, and, while Bobbi’s grandmother Cissy Houston has publicly said that there is little hope of recovery, the Brown family says they’re unwilling to give up on her.Speaking to People, the source added: ‘Let me tell you this now. Don’t believe any reports that Bobby is going to take her off life support.
The basketball national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina last night defeated Slovakia at the prequalification round for the World Championship and kept a chance to enter the next round of qualifications. The final result was 84:71.The BiH team began the match at home in the Mirza Delibasic Hall in Sarajevo. The fantastic Dzenan Musa played in a virtual trance, all of his shots going into the hoop. That was his quarter to remember, his best moments in the dress of the senior national team of BiH. However, the Slovaks were strong and were able to keep the results connection for a long while, almost until the end of the first halftime.The first halftime ended with the BiH team leading 38:33. But that wasn’t a determinant lead so trainer Dusko Vujosevic had to go in even harder later on in the match so that the results would be significant.A lighter injury of our best player Musa didn’t disrupt the Dragons so they, led by the young ace, continue playing a good match and finally won in Mirza Delibasic Hall in Sarajevo.As the time passed, it became clear that the BiH national team was going towards its first victory and, at that, with a convincing result. The final result was a reflection of the relation of power on the floor last night. The match gave us hope for final result in the prequalification round. The best BiH player last night was Dzenan Musa with 32 points, while Rancik with 14 points was the best Slovak player.BiH will play the next match at home against Armenia on Wednesday at 8 p.m.(Source: N1)