By Christie D'Zurilla
4:48 PM EST, February 4, 2013
Bobbi Kristina Brown has slammed her grandmother's new book, "Remembering Whitney," about the late Whitney Houston, Krissy's mom.
"ANYTHING concerning my grandmothers Book I & @nickdgordon OF COURSE personally have NOTHING 2 do with I ask you pls RESPECT tht Haven't read & won't," she said on Twitter last week, several days after Cissy Houston's interview with Oprah Winfrey had aired.
"I find it 2B Disrespect 2 MY MOTHER & me being HER DAUGHTER won't tolerate it. I LOVE YOU ALL for your support though & I thank you immensely••xO!"
"I KNOW THE TRUTH," Bobby Brown's daughter added, calling her grandmother "oblivious" and "out of line wrong." She also agreed with a follower who said, "you already know everything so y would you be expected to read it?," saying, "my point exactly."
Bobbi Kristina, now 19, was born in March 1993, when Whitney was 29. The interview with Oprah also included the singer's older brother Michael Houston, who admitted getting his sibling started on cocaine in the 1980s.
"This is a book about a mother grappling with the loss of her child, still wondering if it could have been avoided had her daughter walked away from the pressures of fame or, more heartbreakingly, if she could have averted the disaster," the Los Angeles Times' Gerrick Kennedy said in a review of "Remembering Whitney."