The funeral service for Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown will be held on Saturday at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, and her body will be buried in Fairview Cemetery two days later, reports noted.
The funeral service, which was expected to be a celebration of Bobbi Kristina's life, has been overshadowed by the feud between the Houstons and the Browns. A new Radar Online report even claims that the Houstons have hired extra security so that the Browns don't cause any drama during the funeral.
The Houstons have "hired extra security for the funeral. They want to make sure what happened at Whitney's funeral doesn't happen here. They want to stop drama before it starts," a source told Radar.
The guest list for the service include just family and close friends, and the Houstons are reportedly keeping a close watch on Leolah Brown, who recently claimed that both Whitney and Bobbi Kristina were murdered.
"I never have said anything until Whitney was murdered and now my niece Bobbi Kristina!" she wrote in a Facebook post. And now, the Houstons want to prevent Leolah from making any such claims that would rile up the crowd. "After Leolah's Facebook rant, the Houstons are watching her the most. They do not want her to say anything that will rile up the crowd," the Radar source noted.
It is not immediately known if Bobbi Kristina's boyfriend Nick Gordon will be a part of the funeral. But, he has reportedly sent an email seeking permission to attend the service.
"I'm asking you both for your blessing in regards to me attending Krissi's funeral," he wrote in the e-mail to Bobby Brown and Cissy Houston, reported People. "I do not want to cause any trouble or commotion so I'm emailing you privately in advance.
"I loved Krissi with all my heart and I am destroyed that she is gone and I need to say goodbye. I'm begging you both to please put your differences aside and allow me this chance. Krissi loved me very much and she would want me there. Please consider this?
"You are both in my daily prayers. I know you are suffering. May God bless you both and heal your hearts. God bless, Nick Gordon."