Bobbi Kristina Brown Kisses Adopted Brother Nick Gordon: Get in on the Conversation With Jane Velez-Mitchell

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Ever since Whitney Houston passed away earlier this year, her daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown has sparked romance rumors with her adopted brother Nick Gordon.

Now the 19-year-old is flaunting her eyebrow-raising relationship, posting a photo of her and Gordon, 22, sharing a passionate smooch.

“1 of the main reasons why i even smile today.:) iloveyoubooboo , forever&always. "it's just US now..@Nickdgordon <3"

Earlier that day, Brown posted a snapshot of the pair — who got matching dove tattoos in honor of Houston last Wednesday — embracing. "& still through those trials&tribulations the devil kept on trying to break them& soon realized… He couldn’t," she tweeted.

It all begs the question: Is it appropriate for Brown to have a romantic relationship with her adopted brother?

Brown is not biologically related to Gordon.

But her late mother informally adopted Gordon at a young age after his parents were unable to take care for, according to ABC. Gordon has been living in the Houston home ever since.

Headline News host Jane Velez-Mitchell will be taking questions and comments on the subject until tomorrow, August 7, on Celebuzz. Later this week, the Hollywood expert will share her thoughts on the Brown's controversial relationship.

The award-winning TV journalist hosts the hit show Jane Velez-Mitchell, airing at 7PM EST on HLN, where she tackles the day’s most controversial events with a wide range of viewpoints.

Check out HLNtv.com for more details.

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  • Tonice
    Tonice

    He was "informally" adopted and, they are not blood related, so who exactly are they harming?