Family and friends kept vigil at Bobbi Kristina Brown's bedside all weekend, and those who couldn't be there sent their prayers.
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"It's sad," Patti LaBelle told ET at Sunday's BET Awards. "She has a great father."
"Sometimes God has a plan that sometimes we don't understand and all I can do is just continue to pray for the family," Faith Evans said.
"All my prayers," Brandy said. "I don't even really like to talk about it. It's so unfortunate."
Brandy's brother Ray J, who dated Bobbi Kristina's late mom Whitney Houston, was at a loss for words.
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Many of Bobbi Kristina's family and friends have been visiting since the 22-year-old was moved to the Peachtree Christian Hospice last week, including her father Bobby Brown, who returned to the hospice late Monday after not being seen for three days.
With the steady stream of loved ones spending time with Bobbi Kristina, a source told ET that people posing as family members of patients inside the hospice trying to get a look at Bobbi Kristina have caused the facility to beef up security measures.
While the Brown and Houston families have seemed to set aside their differences for the sake of Bobbi Kristina, they may not be burying the hatchet with Nick Gordon.
The 25 year old is accused of physically abusing Bobbi Kristina and stealing money from her in a lawsuit filed by Bobbi Kristina's conservator.
"If this case goes to trial, you'll see the Brown family and the Houston family both testify on behalf of the state," private investigator T.J. Ward, who has no connection with the case, tells ET.
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Gordon is currently in Central Florida while Bobbi Kristina remains in hospice care in the Atlanta area. Ward tells ET that it would be in Gordon's best interest to keep quiet.
"Whatever he does say, could be used against him not only in a civil action, but in criminal pending charges that come along," Ward says. "His best bet is to lay low and not say anything."