Fans of Bobbi Kristina Brown feared that the daughter of the late Whitney Houston had died after a white tent appeared at the back door of the Georgia hospice where she has been receiving care.
Social media was flooded with messages of concern after images of the marque outside the building emerged online.
A hearse and the 22-year-old's relatives showed up soon after, adding to fears that it may be bad news.
However, receptionist at the facility where Bobbi Kristina's has been treated for the last three weeks, told RadarOnline that "there's been no" deaths at the facility but would not comment further on the matter.
Friends and family also told 11 Alive that she is still alive and that they are unsure of the purpose of the tent.
Bobbi Kristina was found face down in a bath at her home in Roswell, Georgia, on 31 January 2015, shortly before the third anniversary of her mother's death.
On 25 June 2015, she was transferred Atlanta's Peachtree Christian Hospice where she has remained for three weeks to be allowed to pass away naturally.
"Despite the great medical care at numerous facilities, Bobbi Kristina Brown's condition has continued to deteriorate," read a family statement in June. "As of today, she has been moved into hospice care.
Meanwhile, Hollywood actress Meagan Good has urged fans to pray for the reality star.
In a heartfelt plea on Instagram, the Anchorman 2 star shared an old picture of the ailing star and expressed her sadness over her condition.
"I pray a prayer for this precious young woman. I urge everyone who has a kind heart to please join in with us with prayers lifted up," the caption read.
"I believe that prayer changes things. He already knows the desires of our heart, so He wouldn't have us do it if it didn't make a difference if aligned with His will," she wrote.
"I pray that Dad will work a miracle. His will be done over all. @realbkristinahg."