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Bobbi Kristina's aunt: "My Krissi Is Alright"

As Bobbi Kristina Brown remains hospitalized at Emory with friends and family members by her side and a horde of photographers camped outside the hospital, her aunt Leolah Brown Muhammad posted a letter of faith and hope.

"I Prayed So Hard For My Niece Krissi. I Am So Full & Drained While Going Thru All This," it reads in part. Later it reads, "My Krissi Is Alright."

Members of Bobby Brown's family at the vigil. Leolah is seated at the far right. AJC photo by Ben Gray

We talked with Leolah briefly following a prayer vigil in Riverdale in Bobbi Kristina's honor Monday night. She was appreciative of everyone who came in a show of love and support. Here's what she had to say then:

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Her letter is posted on her public Facebook page:

"Thank You All For Your Prayers And Wonderful Wishes For My Niece Bobbi Kristina. I Sincerely From My Heart Am Very Grateful For You All!

Sabrina White and Jael, 3, were among the hundreds of people who attended a vigil in Bobbi Kristina's honor. Photo: Jennifer Brett


"I Wanted To Say To 'Everyone' Who Is Reading This Post. "The Time Is NOW That We All Flee To Our God By What Ever Name We Choose To Call Him. He Is Only ONE. What Is Most Important Right Now-Is That We GET IT RIGHT WITH HIM NOW WITHOUT FURTHER DUE! We All Know What We Should Be Doing For Him Because We All Have Our Personal Relationships With Him. Therefore, We Should ALL Make It A Point To Do Better With Our Lives- Because Trials Are For Us ALL To Endure And Experience (If We Only Knew The Time)! SMH! But We Must Remain Steadfast In Our FAITH No Matter What! Always Remember This Please! Never Let Go Of God Under Any Circumstance! KEEP YOUR FAITH AND JUST SIMPLY REMEMBER THAT GOD IS IN CHARGE.

Rajeenah K. Rajahn attended the vigil. Photo: Jennifer Brett

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