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Celebrities Behaving Badly: Whitney Houston’s Daughter Bobbi Kristina Rains Insults on Respected Actress Angela Bassett, Calls her the B Word

Bobbi Kristina was apparently upset with Angela Basett’s explanation to a media publication on why she did not cast Bobbi in Whitney Houston’s Biopic. So, what does she do? She takes to twitter and shows some mad disrespect. *Sigh* Ms. Bassett of course responded to her exactly the way she should, with silence.

-Uduak

Angela Bassett to EW on why she did not cast Bobbi Kristina in Whitney Houston’s upcoming Biopic movie.

“No, I did not think about that. I did not think about casting her. And probably for a number of reasons, you know. One being that she’s not an actress. I know she’s acted here and there. I know she’s been on their family’s reality show, but she’s not an actress and acting is a craft. It’s an attempt to illuminate the complexities of human behavior and life. And this is a very fast-paced schedule; we have just 21 days to tell this story. It’s more than just saying lines and turning the light on. You have to drive the story—there’s a technical aspect.”

Bobbi Kristina’s response.

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