Bobbi Kristina Brown recently sat down with Oprah and for the first time since Whitney Houston's death, opened up about her late mother and the rumors that surrounded her untimely demise.
Last night on Oprah's Next Chapter, Bobbi Kristina said she was doing "okay," and that she was "just trying to keep going," in the wake of her mother's passing.
The 18-year-old also said that she can still feel her mother's presence, and the iconic singer's voice is still in her mind, dispensing advice.
Bobbi Kristina added that the unflattering rumors that came out after Houston's death were "garbage."
The late singer's confidante and sister-in-law Patricia Houston also appeared on Oprah's show, and spoke of the moments after Houston's body was found in her bath tub.
She also dispelled rumors that drugs were an issue for the singer just before she died.
Houston's brother Gary also appeared on the show and revealed to the host that he "never thought anything like this would happen," yet their mother, Cissy Houston, would often say that Houston was an angel, and that "she's not going to be with us too long."