(Srsly, what was with that sniffling??)
B.B. King's daughters, Patty King and Karen Williams, were unable to see their dad during his last two weeks of life before he passed away on Thursday.
Now according to sources, the siblings just want to be apart of planning process for their famous father's memorial.
The duo were kept from the icon by his longtime manager, Laverne Toney, who controlled B.B.'s affairs. The sisters even went as far as to accuse the manager of elder abuse back in April and unsuccessfully attempted to reclaim control of the guitarist's estate.
Talk about family drama!
Reportedly, Patty and Karen had spoken to Laverne on Thursday morning about being allowed to visit the blues legend on Saturday — but unfortunately he died later that day. Tragic!
"[My father] loved so big, loved people and people loved him. He always wanted to be kind to people. He was just such a great dad. He is so loved and so missed already."
Sources state that King's children were devastated that they were not allowed to say their goodbyes — but are still willing to work with Laverne to give the Mississippi native a proper send off.
Our thoughts are with B.B.'s family and friends during this trying time.
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