Bobbi Kristina’s cousin and companion team up on T-shirt project

As Bobbi Kristina Brown remains hospitalized, her companion and cousin have teamed up on a commemorative T-shirt project.

Jerod Brown announced he and Nick Gordon are partnering on a line of T-shirts meant to show support for Bobbi Kristina, who has been in the hospital since a Jan. 31 medical emergency. He posted this image on his public Facebook page, where he’s taking orders for the shirts:

Jerod Brown posted this image.

Jerod Brown posted this image.

“Just playing my part!” Jerod posted. “This is a moment we all have shared together and though we ask for privacy, you all have given ME a feeling of comfort and definitely a confidence that we will witness a miracle here on Earth. Truthfully I’m just a NObody trying to tell Everybody about SOMEBODY! who can save ANYBODY! And we communicate to The Source through prayer! From the bottom of my heart and on behalf of Bobbi Kristina, we thank you!”

He’s sending them out for free.

A recent statement issued by attorneys for Bobbi Kristina’s father, singer Bobby Brown, requested that media outlets stop talking to “unauthorized” family members and mentioned Jerod Brown specifically.

“This is a criminal investigation and we do not need this side show,” the statement said.

Nick and Bobby Brown have been locked in a dispute over visitation.

No information about Bobbi Kristina’s condition has been officially released, and both the Brown and Houston families have issued statements requesting privacy and prayer.

Some recent reports indicated she’d been lifted from her medically induced coma but subsequent reports say otherwise. Most recently USA Today reported she experienced seizures when doctors tried removing her from a medically induced coma.

All cite anonymous family sources.

Family sources also have reportedly said she’s been taken off a breathing tube and placed on a ventilator, a sign of long-term need.

On Wednesday, Nick’s lawyers announced he had withdrawn a request for a temporary restraining order that sought to stymie a search warrant involving a security camera. The petition for a temporary restraining order had been filed in Fulton County Superior Court on Monday.