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Bobbie Kristina Brown Last Name

March 11, 2012 by staff 

Bobbie Kristina Brown Last Name, Bobbi Kristina Brown reportedly wants to drop her father’s last name and become a Houston. The 19-year-old is still reeling following the death of her mother Whitney Houston and has told friends that she no longer wants to carry Bobby Brown’s name.

The troubled teen apparently has wanted to change her moniker for several years but her mother would not let her.

Change: Bobbi Kristina Brown wants to drop her father’s last name and take her mother Whitney Houston’s instead

TMZ reports that Bobbi has been talking about the change since her parents divorced five years ago.

But since her mother passed away on February 11, Bobbi apparently now feels free to become her own woman and wants to be known as Kristina Houston.

Despite concerns that the fledgling singer has gone off the rails after her mother was found dead in the bathroom of the Beverly Hilton hotel, sources told the site that she is in a ‘better place’ and made the decision with a sober mind.

It is not yet known when she will officially make the change although it may be welcome by her mother’s side of the family who have not had a good relationship with Bobby Brown for several years and blame him for the Bodyguard singer’s downfall.

Bobbi Kristina was last seen with her father on February 1 when they were joined by Whitney for a dinner date in Los Angeles – just 10 days before she died.

He infamously walked out of the singer’s funeral after there was a seating dispute and did not immediately fly back from tour to be with his daughter when Whitney died.

Bobbi Kristina is set to become a wealthy woman in her own right after her mother’s will was released showing she left everything in her possession to her only child.

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