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The filmmaker and close friend of the Houston-Brown family spoke at the August ceremony, and has understandably having a hard time dealing with her tragic passing at only 22-years-old.
On Friday, Perry released the emotional video on his Facebook, writing:
"The Houston estate asked if I would share this tribute that I put together for Bobbi Kristina's private funeral. On behalf of the Brown and Houston families, we would all like to thank you for your prayers and support. God bless."
The tribute starts with a quote from Bobbi Kristina and takes us through the years of her growing up, including pictures with her parents Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston — who's powerful song You Were Loved accompanied the photos.
Watch the touching yet heartbreaking tribute video (below):
This is incredibly sad!
Bobbi Kristina tragically died on July 26, but her memory will live on forever.
Especially in the heart of boyfriend Nick Gordon.
While his account is private, the tweet read:
If this is true, this is just horrifying.
Back in June, Bobbi Kristina Brown's estate filed a $40 million lawsuit against her boyfriend Nick Gordon, alleging that he got really violent with her, and even stole money from her while she was in a coma.
But now, new legal documents describe disturbing details about what happened on January 31 — when BK was found unresponsive in her bathtub.
According to the lawyers for the late 22-year-old's estate, Nick returned home from a night of partying with booze and drugs only hours before she was discovered.
The papers say the 25-year-old got really angry after watching camera footage, and began yelling at the aspiring singer, calling her nasty names and claiming she cheated on him.
The suit goes on to say that the two argued in multiple rooms of the Georgia home before Nick gave Bobbi a "toxic cocktail" that caused her to fall unconscious.
Unfortunately for the grieving boyfriend, he was not allowed at the 22-year-old's ceremony over the weekend. So, he decided to hold one of his own.
His mother, Michelle Gordon, describes how her son chose to remember BK on the day of her wake, saying:
The 22-year-old was buried next to her mom, Whitney Houston, on Monday in New Jersey at Fairview Cemetery alongside Whitney's father John Russell Houston.
The private ceremony's procession began at Whigham Funeral Home and arrived at the cemetery around 1 p.m. EST. The funeral home was the same one the family used during Whitney's burial, as well.
Nearby roads were blocked off so the Houstons and the Browns could grieve privately.
We can't imagine what Bobby Brown must be feeling right now. No one ever wants to outlive their child. Our hearts go out to all of Bobbi Kristina's friends, family, and loved ones, as well as everyone affected during this terrible tragedy.
[Image via WENN.]
This is disgusting.
Bobbi Kristina was laid to rest on Saturday, and we wish we could say the ceremony was drama-free, but it wasn't. BK's aunt — and Bobby Brown's sister — Leolah Brown was kicked out of the funeral after shouting at Pat Houston.
We were hoping that was going to be the only drama surrounding the sad services, but now we're learning that someone snapped a shot of the 22-year-old's body in a casket during her wake on Friday.
The photo has also been sold to a media outlet for an outrageous price. Sources say that after an intense bidding war, the victor shelled out over
Well… it's over.
Bobbi Kristina's funeral is now finished and despite some drama, mourners have paid their last respects to the young woman taken far too soon — including Whitney Houston, who was able to give her daughter one final, special goodbye.
According to sources, during the ceremony, members of both the Brown and Houston families spoke, as well as family friend Tyler Perry. And, Whitney's Jesus Loves Me was the final song played as the funeral came to a close.
Apparently, Bobby Brown — though not listed as a speaker for the event — also delivered a special message to Bobbi Kristina, writing in the program: