Whitney and Bobbi Kristina. (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic.com)
Although Bobbi Kristina seemed upbeat in her Twitter posts — she also is trying to get her mother's birthday to be a trending topic on the site — the tattoo brought up a lot of emotions. According to Jason King, the manager at Inksomnia in Alpharetta, Georgia, where the teen has gone before for piercings, the 30-minute process conjured "some ups and downs. She was upset, but very happy with the tattoo."
BK and Nick's ink. (Instagram)
Houston's memory is also being honored by her on-screen daughter, Jordin Sparks, who co-starred together in the August 17 movie musical "Sparkle." In a new interview with Redbook, the "American Idol" winner-turned-actress revealed that Houston often acted like her real mother during filming "because my parents weren't there," she explained. "She was always asking: Did I feel comfortable? Did I need anything?"
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