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Bobbi Kristina's grandmother Cissy Houston: "Not a great deal of hope"

Bobbi Kristina Brown's grandmother Cissy Houston told a New York radio station that while she is still praying, there's "not a great deal of hope."

"She's the same," Houston said during an interview with WBLS. "We've moved her now to a place for rehabilitation. There's still not a great deal of hope. We're praying."

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Bobbi Kristina and her grandmother Cissy Houston in a promotional photo for the Lifetime show the family appeared in for one season after Whitney Houston's death.

Host Shaila began the interview with warm, comforting words and let Cissy know that an army of "prayer warriors" is lifting the family up.

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"I feel every bit of it I truly do," Cissy said. "I give it to God one time. I know He's able. I cannot change a thing. I'm asking everybody, pray to the Lord who we know can do something about it."

She hinted she may be ready to say goodbye.

"If He works a miracle, thank God. If it happens the other way, I'm alright," she said. "I'm fine."

Here's the interview:

 

 

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