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Bobbi Kristina Posts Shot Of Herself Smoking Pipe, Pleas For God To Help Her ‘Ignore’ & ‘Rebuke’ Her ‘Demons’

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Jul. 15 2014, Published 9:48 a.m. ET

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Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Tuesday posted an Instagram image of herself smoking (presumably marijuana) out of a water pipe, with a long, narrative rant explaining why she shared it and the angst she’s currently ridden with.

"This picture may be inappropriate but I want to make a connection with you all,” the second-generation celeb wrote. “Don't worry this picture isn't recent just hear me out. Do you know what I feel? I feel strange I can't feel any pain anymore. I don't take any drugs as of recently.”

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The Houstons: On Our Own star went on to say that “things just happened,” noting an unnamed “situation” that compels her “to do things and the impact I’ll feel pain.

“I did and I do. I was hurt."

Bobbi Kristina continued, “People kinda expect more from me. But I can't. I have lost my sense. It just happened. Then here we go again I'm in the same pain. I'm hurt. I'm trying to. I really do. But I know that I'm hurt and in pain but I can feel it but I don’t know what it is.


“What do I really do? God, Help me ignore and rebuke what these demons are saying, in Jesus Name. Amen."

The 21-year-old might have foreshadowed the jarring display when she tweeted Monday, "#Numb on #AutoPilot kxo.”

The rant comes weeks after Bobbi Kristina knocked Angela Bassett in a crude, sophomoric manner, after being left out of the cast of the forthcoming Houston biopic Whitney and Bobby.

The allusions to narcotic use — and abuse — obviously rehashes the tragic fate of her mother, who battled with drug demons, particularly over her final decade, before her Feb. 2012 death at 48.



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