Nick Gordon, the unofficial adopted son of Whitney Houston, could no longer stay silence over rumors of him dating the late singer's daughter. On Monday, March 12, the 22-year-old seemingly confirmed his controversial relationship with Bobbi Kristina by writing on his Twitter, "Yea we got a little closer and what!!!"
The next day, Gordon once again took to the social networking site to defend their relationship against the haters. "All the haters that dont know us or th real story can't un follow me. I don't give a f**k," he wrote. "I've proved my loyalty to her and the Houston family. I don't owe any of you anything. Ha I don't even know y'all haters."
"Some ppl have no lives so they gotta be in ours," Gordon continued on dissing the haters. "For the stupid ppl out there she gave birth to 1 child. And she trusted me with EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!" He added in another tweet, "She called me her me 'God Son' I swear some ppl in this world act like they don't have a brain..."
While Gordon slammed the haters, Bobbi only retweeted one of Gordon's posts and some of her fans' supporting posts. "Im glad @REALbkBrown has sumone like @ndgordon by her side to support and see her thru this difficult time, haters fallback #bstrongkrissy" and "@ndgordon media sayin its wrong what u & @REALbkBrown are doing but u 2 not even blood related soo they gettin upset 4 no reason #dumbasses" were some of them.
Words that Gordon might be dating Bobbi came out after the twosome were reportedly seen kissing while shopping at Georgia's Target on March 9. "Bobbi and Nick were in the music section and then all over the store. Bobbi was kissing him on the mouth and holding hands. They were laughing and smiling and seemed SO happy," eyewitnesses told Hollywood Life.
E! News recently offered a background story on how Gordon got adopted by Houston. An insider dished that Bobbi met Gordon when they were younger. After learning that Gordon was going to enlist in the Army to escape his family problems, Bobbi told her mother that she didn't want him to go, leading the singer to take Gordon in as her own.