Tyler Perry has reportedly taken on the role of peacemaker as the Houston and Brown families continue to mourn the loss of Bobbi Kristina Brown, who died Sunday in Georgia.
"Entertainment Tonight" reports the director recently arrived in Atlanta to join the grieving families and is "intent on keeping the peace" between the two sides. Perry is also said to be "[taking] care of everything," which includes the use of his private jet to transport Bobbi Kristina's body from Atlanta after the funeral to her final resting place in New Jersey.
Perry's involvement will likely cut down on the drama that has been brewing since the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown became a couple. Things only got worse since Bobbi Kristina's drowning on Jan. 31 and the months that led up to her untimely death.
Perry has found himself in the middle of it all, as he's a close friend to the Houston family. He visited Bobbi Kristina several times while she remained in the hospital and at a hospice care center and allowed the family to borrow his plane for her medical needs.
"Entertainment Tonight" adds that Bobbi Kristina's funeral will be a celebration, as she never had a prom nor a "Sweet 16" party. The service is being dubbed "the Sweet 16 she never had."
Funeral services for Bobbi Kristina have been set for Saturday (Aug. 1) at 11 a.m. at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. She will be laid to rest next to her mother at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, New Jersey on Monday. Both services will be private.
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