The last resting place of the 'I Will Always Love You' hitmaker is reportedly unattended and only has 'very few' visitors.
It seems nobody remembers Whitney Houston anymore five years since her tragic death. Rumor has it, the last resting place of the "I Will Always Love You" hitmaker at Fairview Cemetery in New Jersey has been abandoned and only has "very few" visitors.
"The public has forgotten her. The fans do not come anymore," sources tell Naughty Gossip, "At one point her grave had a guard that restricted access only to relatives. But now it is just mostly deer and other wildlife ambling through the grounds, and very few people visit Whitney."
According to the site, Whitney's graveyard was watched over by a guard during the third anniversary of her death in 2015, but it's now unattended.
On Saturday, February 11, the fifth anniversary of Whitney's death, Bobbi Kristina Brown's former boyfriend Nick Gordon paid tribute to the late singer on Twitter. Nick posted a throwback photo of him, Whitney and Bobbi along with caption, "Can't believe it's been 5years. I miss you. I know you and Kriss are enjoying each other up there. RIH."
Can't believe it's been 5years.. I miss you. I know you and Kriss are enjoying each other up there. RIH pic.twitter.com/xPnwnPIpHl— Nick Gordon (@Nickdgordon) February 11, 2017
Nick was found legally responsible for Bobbi's death in September 2016 after a wrongful-death lawsuit was filed by the family's estate, with support from her father, Bobby Brown. He was ordered to pay $36 million in damages.
Nick, however, denied murdering his girlfriend. "Nick has been heartbroken and destroyed over the loss of his love and it's shameful that such baseless allegations have been presented publicly," his lawyer said of the lawsuit.
In late January, he mourned the death of Bobbi by posting some intimate photos of his "angel" along with a loving message for her.