Los Angeles - Bobbi Kristina Brown's 'husband' Nick Gordon has got her name tattooed on his arm.
The 25-year-old has asked everyone to pray for the aspiring actress, who is currently fighting for her life in a coma, as he revealed he got her moniker etched up the inside of his forearm.
Nick, who claimed he married Bobbi last year although her father has denied it, changed his Twitter photo to a snap of his new inking.
He then also tweeted to thank fans for their prayers and to urge everyone to keep the faith...
Thank you for all your prayers. She is a strong person and will pull through this. Continue to pray for her.— Nick Gordon (@nickdgordon) February 16, 2015
Thank you for all your prayers. She is a strong person and will pull through this. Continue to pray for her.
The 21-year-old beauty's family - including her father Bobby Brown - have reportedly banned Nick from visiting her bedside at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta since he found her face-down in a bathtub at their home address in Georgia over two weeks ago.
However, Bobbi's cousin Jerod Brown previously suggested Nick was preparing to go to court in a bid to be granted access to her.
Police have launched a criminal investigation to find out what happened to Bobbi, who is said to be slowly making progress despite still being dependent on life support.
It was previously claimed police have been looking into a possible altercation between Bobbi and her partner, which took place over an hour before himself and their friend Max Lomas discovered the unconscious daughter of the late Whitney Houston.
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