supercfk I don't want to sound like an insensitive prick but here goes: Who cares about Bobby Christina and the fact that she finally died from overdosing 6 months ago? She was the drug addicted child, of two drug addicted has-beens, that squandered their lives and fortunes by doing drugs, of which the mother died of an overdose. She was a 22 year old entitled, self serving nobody that lived on the coattails of her B-list father and his money and drugs. She surrounded herself with drug addicts, drug dealers, career criminals, and people that told her how wonderful she was because her mother was famous in the 80's and 90's and her father was infamous throughout the 80's and 90's. Aside from her parents music (which was the only viable contribution either of her parents contributed to society) she had done nothing to deserve any press or accolades because she simply was just an addict child of addicts. If you were able to collect the information on every single law enforcement officer, fireman or fire-woman, soldier, sailor, airman, teacher, counselor, doctor, or loving parent that died in any fashion, that didn't give their children drugs and make them junkies, you would find thousands of people who lived normal and un-extraordinary lives that didn't get any press or tribute other than some loved ones posting about their friend or family member that died. This country's fascination and adoration of criminals, drug addicts, movie stars, musicians, athletes, and people of wealth and being famous for nothing but being a homemade sex-tape whore or billionaire family member's child is disgusting. If we keep these people elevated to a status that is not only undeserved but also so shameful our country's culture and history will be erased and America will continue to be the butt of jokes for anyone living on soil other than ours.