Bobbi Kristina Brown Is ‘Not Progressing at All,’ Cissy Houston Says

“She’s not gone yet but …” grandmother says of troubled show-business offspring

Bobbi Kristina Brown is shown in a picture posted on her Instagram page on Jun. 7, 2013

More than three months after being found face-down and unresponsive in her bathtub, Bobbi Kristina Brown is showing no signs of improvement in her condition, her grandmother Cissy Houston says.

“[Bobbi Kristina] is the same. She’s not progressing at all,” Houston told Entertainment Tonight‘s Kevin Frazier on Saturday.

Houston added that it’s “very difficult” to see her granddaughter in her current condition. Nonetheless, Houston said, she’s “ready” for whatever fate her granddaughter ultimately meets.

“She’s not gone yet but … whatever the Lord decides, I’m ready for her,” Houston said. “Because I have nothing to do with that. That’s His job. It’s His territory, and I understand it.”

Houston also addressed the 2012 death of her daughter, singer Whitney Houston — Bobbi Kristina’s mother — by saying, “It’s … very difficult for me. But I’ll make it. I made it through [Whitney,] I’ll make it.”

Bobbi Kristina Brown, the 22-year-old daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, was rushed to the hospital and placed in a medically induced coma after being found in her bathtub. She was subsequently transferred to a rehabilitation facility.

Bobby Brown recently made headlines during a concert in Texas when he told attendees that his daughter was “awake.” Cissy Houston quickly made a contradictory assessment, saying that her granddaughter had suffered global irreversible brain damage.

Late this week, Bobby Brown and Pat Houston, Bobbi Kristina’s aunt, were granted co-guardianship of the younger Brown. During her interview with Frazier, Houston also addressed the co-guardianship, saying that the outcome of the guardianship hearing “came alright.”

“It came alright. It was fine … We’re a family … that works together for the best,” Houston said. “You want the best for whomever or everybody we can … We can be on the other side too if you make us be but we are not going to do that. There’s no reason for that. That’s why I’m concerned. So, that’s the end of that.”