Whitney Houston Dead at 48 …Update: Last Known Photos of Whitney …Update: Bobby Brown Sobs on Stage

Whitney Houston died today of causes not yet known.
She was 48 years old.

What a beauty. What a talent.

What talent – “The Greatest Love of All”
From a 1994 concert in Chile

Here is one of the last known photos of Whitney Houston from Thursday night.

Here’s another photo from Thursday’s party.

Here are more photos of Whitney from the Thursday night party.

Her body is still at the hotel where she died. She was planning on attending a party tonight.
According to the Wall Street Journal,

Whitney Houston, who reigned as pop music’s queen until her majestic voice and regal image were ravaged by drug use, erratic behavior and a tumultuous marriage to singer Bobby Brown, has died. She was 48.

Publicist Kristen Foster said Saturday that the singer had died, but the cause and the location of her death were unknown.

At her peak, Houston was the golden girl of the music industry. From the middle 1980s to the late 1990s, she was one of the world’s best-selling artists. She wowed audiences with effortless, powerful, and peerless vocals that were rooted in the black church but made palatable to the masses with a pop sheen.

…But by the end of her career, Houston became a stunning cautionary tale of the toll of drug use. Her album sales plummeted and the hits stopped coming; her once serene image was shattered by a wild demeanor and bizarre public appearances. She confessed to abusing cocaine, marijuana and pills, and her once pristine voice became raspy and hoarse, unable to hit the high notes as she had during her prime.

“The biggest devil is me. I’m either my best friend or my worst enemy,” Houston told ABC’s Diane Sawyer in an infamous 2002 interview with then-husband Brown by her side.

Whitney was found dead in a bathtub tonight by her brother. She was planning on attending a party tonight.

UPDATE: Bobby Brown just went on stage in Mississippi tonight with New Edition and performed for an audience.

UPDATE: After performing a few songs with New Edition tonight in Mississippi Bobby Brown broke down and had to leave the stage.

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  • Bill Mitchell

    And now onto some other completely unsurprising news…

  • Militant Conservative

    Drugs or a beating no surprise here

    Sad really.

  • Mad Hatter

    What a shame. 48 years young. 24 was mid life for her.

    R.I.P.

  • squeaky

    [Her decision not to follow the more soulful inflections of singers like Franklin drew criticism by some who saw her as playing down her black roots to go pop and reach white audiences. The criticism would..]
    http://www.kfiam640.com/pages/NEWS.html?feed=421898&article=9746708

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Bobby Brown was the worst thing that could happen to her.

  • FurryGuy

    Whitney Houston, yet another name to add to the list of celebrities that fame, drugs, and money ended up destroying.

  • Dave-O

    I blame Bush.

  • http://primeswormhole.blogspot.com/ Locutisprime

    No one saw that coming. right….. Another life ended early by drug abuse.

  • bigkahunha

    I am guessing they had her obit. written years ago.

    No more hearing about her drug problem, beating problems and money problems.

    Sad

  • workingclass artist

    this is very sad

  • Mad Hatter

    She was at a L.A. nightclub last night, and looked like she fell off the wagon.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2099347/Whitney-Houston-emerges-nightclub-looking-worse-wear.html

  • donh

    Maddona’s egyptian Anput goddess of the dead halftime ritual claims its first celebrity suicide.

  • Mad Hatter

    Correction, she was at a pre Grammy party.

  • Spartan

    I hope she has finally found peace? Perhaps the most profound song came from her last album? I Look to you. The words have so much meaning now.

    Thank you Whitney. May you rest in Peace!!

  • Fionnagh

    Beautiful woman, beautiful voice. Way too young to leave.

  • lizzy84

    Remember this?

    Whitney Houston: Star Spangled Banner
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1QmeEdFOSc

    RIP.

  • Fionnagh

    #16 You beat me to it – glad someone else also remembered!

  • Patty

    Rest in Peace, I am sure the angels just love her. A beautiful voice and before she got caught up on drugs and the grips it has on you, her voice, no one came close to her.

    Now she is at peace, I pray for her daughter.

  • aprilnovember811

    She destroyed her own life. I heard she had emphysema.

  • Sasja

    I will never understand why anyone travels that road which eventually leads to self-destruction.

    I hope people remember you as you once were; not what you became.

    I pray you are in God’s merciful embrace.

  • ahem

    She married the wrong guy.

  • Bubba

    Whatever.

    Live by the crack pipe, die by the crack pipe.

    Drug abuse is Man’s “natural selection” at work. You gotta be a special kind of stupid to get startded down that sh*t path. And, if you’re that exceptionally stupid, nature has a way of weeding you out.

  • Patty

    Whitney Houston Pays A Visit To the Doctor five days ago.

    http://www.babyrazzi.com/2012/02/06/whitney-houston-pays-a-visit-to-the-doctor/

  • Steven

    God Bless Whitney and her family.

    She will always be one of the GREATEST singers of ALL TIME!

  • Patty

    The Rev. Al Sharpton says he will call for a national prayer Sunday morning during a service at Second Baptist Church in Los Angeles. He says “The morning of the Grammys, the world should pause and pray for the memory of a gifted songbird.”

    Read more: http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/whitney-houston-superstar-of-records-films-dies#ixzz1m8NxFLcP

  • Steven

    Whitney didnt make one mistake and better than anyone I have every heard.

    Rest in Peace Ms. Houston. You will be missed, GOD BLESS!

    Whitney Houston: Star Spangled Banner
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1QmeEdFOSc

  • USMC Thomas

    Kinda gay this drama queen hysteria over a spoiled celebrity crackhead.
    No one put a gun to her head to make her pick up that pipe.

  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    being in the music business over the last fifty years must be the most dangerous occupation in the united states.

  • LIndensant

    Please, to those of you that are being so harsh. Werent you ever moved by her beautiful voice , by her performances? I for one applaud her talent and thank her for the enjoyment her art provided. I wish her eternal peace.

  • Patty

    What I find so amazing is all the accolades for Houston now. Seems if people could have talked about her in such a glowing way in life then what hypocrites to speak of her in a glowing way now. And I don’t expect hate talk, just strange, things may have been different, she might not have died so soon.

    She needed help, real help and understanding. Jackson, did too, Anna Nicole Smith, did. Monroe that is still a mystery, Elvis, others so famous and yet, that may have been their true demise. Fame. She was here for one purpose to sing and amaze us with her beautiful voice. A gift and she was on drugs, whether that is what killed her or not, she choose this? not sure about that because in this interview I have wonder whether she grew up.

    http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2009/09/whitney-houston-interview-with-oprah-part-2.html

  • bronxdude

    “Bobby Brown was the worst thing that could happen to her.”

    My first exact thought.

  • USMC Thomas

    Celebrities are America’s royalty and are treated as such by their sycophants

  • NeoKong

    That sucks.
    Poor thing.

    She had so much to offer and no one was looking out for her.
    I would never let that happen to somebody I cared about.

  • kate

    What a waste. Drugs and a destructive marriage. Threw it all away. Sadly, I am not surprised by the headlines.

  • hermie

    #29 Sure we remembered her performances. All the more reason to be critical. Not of her, but of those around her who would not find the courage to intervene in her self-destructive behavior and choices.

    Once she got to the top, the people around her would not tell her ‘no’. No to her choice of Bobby Brown. No to her abuse of drugs. Like Jackson her family, friends and hangers-on wanted the cash machine to keep going and it was easier to let her destroy herself little by little than to be suddenly kicked off the gravy train.

  • Patty

    Freddie Prince on drugs and the shot himself. Then we have Lindsay Lohan, what will become of her fate. And then the craziest of all, Charlie Sheen. I believe the fame was too much for these actors.

    Those who they choose to surround themselves with are the enablers, too. Bobby Brown must be feeling so quilt unless he is so drug induced he doesn’t even know she is dead.

    ___________________
    Whitney’s mother is a respected, award winning soul and gospel singer. She started her career as Cissy Drinkard. But she became known as Cissy Houston with her second marriage. Mrs. Houston’s most recent, major singing endeavor was in 2006. In that year, she recorded ‘Family First’ for the soundtrack of the film ‘Daddy’s Little Girls’. She performed the song with her daughter and with her niece, Dionne Warwick [b. December 12, 1940].

    These days, Mrs. Houston is a happy mother and grandmother enjoying her children and grandchildren. She continues to be Minister of Music to the New Hope Baptist Church Youth Inspirational Choir in Newark, New Jersey. In 2004, the Church honored her for 50 years of service in the junior choir.

    Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Where_are_Whitney_Houston%27s_parents_now#ixzz1m8ZB6owo

  • eckleburg

    It’s a shame she died still young. Maybe now she’ll find peace. Personally I couldn’t stand her voice. She was a screamer and dozens of other screamers followed her like Maria Carey. Her version of “I Will Always Love You” revulsed me with the mega decibel screams. That’s my personal opinion on her singing. I never followed her life much but it appears she had her demons. R.I.P

  • USMC Thomas

    Wouldn’t it be nice if the MSM would give similar attention and micro-scrutiny to SØBama’s failed green energy fiasco as we’ll hear in the coming days about this drug addict. Oh, the humanity!

  • Patty

    Too Much Fame Can Kill

    There is an interesting juxtaposition between the annual Hollywood orgy called the Oscars and the death of actor Corey Haim at age 38, apparently of a drug overdose.

    I must confess I have never understood the adulation heaped on people who make their living pretending to be someone else. I understand even less the instinct to latch onto some actor or actress and obsess about them as if they had any relation to one’s own life. They don’t.

    Years ago I was engaged in doing public relations for Actors Equity, the union that represents theatre performers. When you meet a famous actor in the elevator on the way to a meeting they become real people to you, although I confess to my delight in running into Margaret Hamilton who was immortalized for her role as the wicked witch in “The Wizard of Oz.”

    What I learned, however, was that most actors are out of work much of their lives and the profession takes a terrible toll because they must contend for jobs that depend on factors over which they have no control; how they look, what age they are, a cattle call audition, their agents, et cetera. Talent often takes second place to luck and, in the actor’s world, luck plays an extraordinary role.

    Some, because of their talent and the mysterious factor of on-screen charisma, do rise, often swiftly and at a young age. In my youth in the 1950s, the major movie studios were beginning to lose the tight control they had earlier exorcized over the publicity an actor received, but as actors became free agents and as the media devoted to celebrities expanded, those days ended.

    The toll that celebrity takes on the lives of those actors who achieve fame is increasingly obvious. In recent days the actor Heath Ledger and Brittany Murphy both died and drugs, often medications, were the suspected cause. In Corey Haim’s case, he had been in and out of rehab for his addiction.

    Keep reading on site. http://factsnotfantasy.blogspot.com/2010/03/too-much-fame-can-kill.html

    Garland drug overdose. Natalie Wood, drinking on a boat, that for me is still a mystery

  • Louis

    Who were the men that really loved Whitney? They all just used and abused her!!

    Just a crying Shame…..

  • Jim

    “Bobby Brown was the worst thing that could happen to her.”

    I 2nd that. Absolutely.

  • Patty

    Whitney houston died leaving her daughter alone

    http://13mania.com/1890/whitney-houston-died-leaving-her-daughter-alone

    Whitney was found in a Hotel.

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  • Patty

    She confessed to abusing cocaine, marijuana and pills, and her once pristine voice became raspy and hoarse, unable to hit the high notes as she had during her prime.

    Hope her daughter has some of her mother’s money. Yes, because I have heard that Houston was not that well off. Just a rumor maybe but this only compounds the tragedy.

  • Candy

    Jim, you must post her rendition of the National Anthem?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1QmeEdFOSc

    You may have to find a better copy.

  • James

    Addictions are so tough to overcome.

  • Matt

    The National Anthem was lip synched.

  • Barb

    Such a beautiful talented lady. We lost the continued voice of magic from Whitney. The slow death was long ago brought on by her husband , (the controlling factor) Bobby Brown. I’m very saddened that she will never recover but mostly that the joy she will bring in her future is forever silenced.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    UPDATE: After performing a few songs with New Edition tonight in Mississippi Bobby Brown broke down and had to leave the stage.

    What a fraud.

    Whitney’s downward slide began after she married the creep.

  • jony101

    Live by the crack pipe, die by the crack pipe.

    not exactly, whitney even stated on the record that she didnt do crack, she was too rich to smoke the cheap stuff. crack is wack are her exact words.
    I rather the us navy name a ship after whitney houston, then the antiwar liberal Gifford. Whitney might be many things but she aint a coward, she live hard, play hard, die hard, she also beat bobbi brown a couple of times.

  • American Patriot

    She was never the same after she met Bobby “the drug pushing wife beater” Brown. So sad.

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  • Militant Conservative

    Ride the whirlwind get a rough landing.

    No tears, she earned and desired her fate.

    At least she had the freedom to do so.

  • YourMaster

    OWS probably took a dump and she mistook it for food and ate it…
    that would be the most rational explanation of her death. that and heavy drugs.
    or perhaps she saw a picture of communist Michelle 0bama. *lol*

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  • CT

    Whitney Houston died years ago when she gave herself to drugs and Bobby Brown, sad but an inevitable end. Now the grating endless Hollywood and MSM including FOX homage to this unfortunate women runs on and on and on and …

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  • RedBeard

    Very sad loss of a human being and a great talent.

    But no one did this to her. She threw her own life away via her personal choices. Drugs and Bobby Brown were just a couple of the tools she chose to use for her self-destruction.

  • DaveinPhoenix

    Sad when nearly anyone dies, but for Fox news to spend an entire evening on this is frustrating. She was awesome. But so are the few remaining of us working people who just go through life and try to do the right thing. Doubt if Fox news will spend that much time on any one of us. Bless the family of her anyway.

  • The Elector of Saxony

    As long as I live, I will never undertand the cult of celebrity. Why do so many of us ordinary, hard working people who get up every morning and raise our kids and work the jobs that keep the world turning around and go to Church and volunteer our time and money to help others FREELY give up our own specialness and hand that over to useless parasites? WE fawn over people who we would never trust to watch our kids while we went to the store.

    We can blame the government Marxists for about half of the ills we face in our country. The other half of the blame belongs squarely to the useful dopes in Hollywood. I wouldn’t relieve myself on them if they were on fire.

  • Ripped

    I see so many people blaming Bobby Brown for her problems, whatever happened to personal responsibility?

  • RedBeard

    True celebrities are the ones who don’t seek out the fan magazine type of celebrity.

    James Cagney was one of the best actors of his generation, yet he considered acting to be a job, one he left at the end of a filming, as he returned to his farm.

    Brigadier General James Stewart left Hollywood behind to serve his country by flying combat missions during WWII, not as a celebrity, but as a pilot like all the others. His Academy Award wasn’t on his mantle as a bragging piece, but per request of his father he took it out of storage and let it be in the window of the family hardware store.

    Too bad so many other public figures have so very much trouble keeping their balance.

  • Tom Doniphon

    #21 & #31

    I tell my daughters all the time that they call him “bad boy” for a reason! “I want a bad boy” Be careful what you ask for! You ain’t gonna change him. The surprise here is that poor Whitney lived as long as she did.

    What are the odds that Rev. Al and Shelia Jackson “Black Hurricane Names” Lee show-up for the fooneral!

  • Mick

    Doesn’t surprise me a darn bit ! The HOLLYWOOD lifestyle keeps on killin’ em’ !

  • mg4us

    What is most sad in not her death but how she lived her life in the end. . instead of being a role model and involved in serving the community, she played down – – married a loser thug – – wasted her talents and trade her God for drugs and alcohol. . .

    Funny how all the TV interviews talk about her greatness. .yet not one of them dare say the truth. . She wasted her life and made poor decisions.

    They say, “what we are is God’s gift to us. . what we become is our gift to god”

    If that is so, God got cheated . . . what a waste of talent. . .

    She could be the poster child for the Obama Presidency. . . Starting off with Hope and Awe but ending up squandering away all that she worked for and all that she could become. . .

    Perhaps Big Mama Michele Obama should refocus her “move It” Campaign from eating healthy to making smart choices in life. . . especially for inner city kids — many who tend to grow up being dependent on drugs, alcohol, or even the worst one of all, the government!!!. . .

    Too bad Whiney didn’t follow a real first lady’s advice and Just say No! to Drug, Alcohol and Bobby Brown!!!! She would have been better off.

  • http://partizensunite.proboards.com/index.cgi MustComment

    I suspect tonight’s Grammy Awards will pay special tribute. Whitney had a phenomenal voice. I thought she did an excellent job in “The Bodyguard” also.

    RIP Whitney…

    Whitney Houston’s Super Bowl XXV National Anthem One of the Greatest Ever:
    http://www.giants101.com/2012/02/12/whitney-houstons-super-bowl-xxv-national-anthem-one-of-the-greatest-ever/

  • Steve

    We have a moving tribute video posted now on Common Cents:

    http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com

  • Carlos

    I’m shocked, shocked I tell you. Who could ever have possibly seen this coming?

  • Adi

    RIP.

  • wanumba

    #60 February 12, 2012 at 8:14 am
    The Elector of Saxony commented:

    As long as I live, I will never undertand the cult of celebrity. Why do so many of us ordinary, hard working people who get up every morning and raise our kids and work the jobs that keep the world turning around and go to Church and volunteer our time and money to help others FREELY give up our own specialness and hand that over to useless parasites? WE fawn over people who we would never trust to watch our kids while we went to the store
    :::::::::::::::::::::

    Totally agree. Whitney had a gift, the hangers-on flattered her to leech off her, she believed her own PR, the inevidable happened. Too bad she didn’t get off that track to destruction – years of chances not taken. End of it.

    Noooo. We will have months of fawning, fake tears, retrospectives, tribute playlists, re-releases of old albums of how wonnerful she was and such a loss to all humanity of all recorded history, like Michael Jackson … another beauty gone horror. 24/7 … where were these two-faced leeches five years ago to help her if they soooo cared and need so many tributes to show they care, now that she’s gone? Weren’t they steadily running the most humiliating photos of her on tabloids to show what a mess she was, to mock her?

    It’s too bad she died, just because of the facts of wasted lives, but she isn’t the only one. The celebrity media despite their long faces is actually delighted. Ghouls.

  • http://www.wordaroundthenet.com Christopher Taylor

    …what a horrible person, what a drug addict. Why is it when someone dies, suddenly they’re wonderful? Michael Jackson was considered a child-molesting freak and so reviled he fled the country… until he died, then suddenly he was beloved again? What the hell?

  • no man

    Sure Brown is upset. He needs to find a new rice bowl and a punching bag.

    RIP, Ma’am. No one should suffer like that.

  • Jimmy

    She sucked too much on Bobbys crackpipe….

  • Sparky

    Whitney was born with an incredible gift that she wasted through her own despicable, life-killing addictions.

    She is not great! She is not a good person! She was simply a rich drug addict!

    It is WE who are the fools for holding this hag up to such high esteem!

  • bg

    ++

    yes she has a beautiful voice, and from what
    i’ve heard, she was also a beautiful person..

    rest in peace Whitney..

    ==

  • Sandy

    All these entertainers who claim they loved Whitney — where were they when she was having drug problems?

    As with Michael Jackson, we will be force fed days of how great Whitney Houston was. In point of fact she was still using, lost her voice and was almost bankrupt. Raising children today and trying to teach them right from wrong is impossible when you have a media that honors bad behavior.

  • bg

    ++

    Bible Verses about Judging Others

    people are praising the “gift” God gave
    her, not her addiction or anything else..

    besides, don’t believe she’s been anywhere
    near being a “role model” for years now..

    didn’t CRAP RAP take over that job?? gah!!

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    #77 February 12, 2012 at 1:07 pm bg

    let me put it another way..

    Whitney was no Saddam Hussein,
    Ted Kennedy or John Murtha.. 😡

    ==

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    I see so many people blaming Bobby Brown for her problems, whatever happened to personal responsibility?

    Because she seemed very normal before she got together with the guy. Sure, you have a valid point about personal responsibility, and who knows, maybe she would have eventually fell into self-destructive behavior on her own. But the fact of the matter is that her descent began after she married Bobby Brown.

  • wanumba

    ::::::::::::::::::::
    #79 February 12, 2012 at 1:43 pm
    Blacque Jacques Shellacque commented:

    …re: .I see so many people blaming Bobby Brown for her problems, whatever happened to personal responsibility?

    … Because she seemed very normal before she got together with the guy. Sure, you have a valid point about personal responsibility, and who knows, maybe she would have eventually fell into self-destructive behavior on her own. But the fact of the matter is that her descent began after she married Bobby Brown
    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

    … or perhaps her descent only became obvious after she married Bobby Brown. This was a long time in the making and she had many many opportunities over years to choose otherwise.

    Let’s go a step further:
    If she’d died of a gunshot, the media would be 24/7 guncontrol, but it was drugs … any media 24/7 barrage of the need to keep destructive illegal drugs illegal?
    LOOK at what drugs did to a talented, beautiful woman.

  • wanumba

    DRUGS:
    “… We both know I’m not what you need…!”

  • jimg

    Werent you ever moved by her beautiful voice , by her performances?

    Nope. Not my type of music.

    I thought she was over-exposed, and the more I was bombarded at the grocery store checkout lines with her drugs, abuse, recoveries, drugs, abuse, recoveries, the less I cared what happened to her.

    If that’s harsh, so be it. She chose her path in life. I’ll save my emotions for someone who deserves it.

  • bg

    ++

    Whitney Houston, one pea in an avalanche of pods.. :-(

    many things today are addicting to our children..

    just look at the tv line up..

    no more Little House on the Prairie, Leave it to Beaver, Electric
    Company, Schoolhouse Rock, What’s Happening, Good Times..

    and dozens more mentally healthy “teachable moment” shows..

    ==

  • OBAMASLIE

    jimg – I agree 100%. She had every opportunity in the world to get help and she didn’t, or wouldn’t. It is very, very sad, but not surprising. She couldn’t cope with being a has-been and her choices ruined her life and killed her. I hope Brown realizes his part in this. When she hooked up with that scumbag – it was all downhill from there. She had talent yes – but, there are loads of people out there with talent. Not all of them end up like Whitney. She chose her own path. We all do.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    … or perhaps her descent only became obvious after she married Bobby Brown.

    It’s certainly possible. Her cousin, Dee Dee Warwick (Dionne’s sister), suffered from an addiction to narcotics.

    It’s also possible though, that had she not gotten mixed up with the likes of Bobby Brown, her life might have gone a different route, one that managed to steer clear of personal destruction. But Brown almost certainly had an effect, and not a beneficial one either.

  • el polacko

    whitney won the genetic lottery by inheriting the pipes from her mother, the inimitable cissy houston. whitney got all the popular acclaim that eluded her more talented mother…and then she threw it all away for cheap thrills.

  • Sandy

    BG # 83 The problem I have is with the amount of coverage a story like this receives. It will dominate the air waves for days. How much coverage did the death of Mother Theresa receive?

  • bg

    ++

    Sandy #87 February 12, 2012 at 3:47 pm

    and that’s Whitney’s fault??

    look, unfortunately for US, a vast a majority of people live vicariously
    through their idols, and what the MSM “pushes” on “we the people”
    is not her fault..

    ==

  • bigL

    I thought that Michelle Obama was copying Whitney Houston’s style, with all the wigs and make up
    and personality tweaks. Did I say Tweaks???

  • USMC Thomas

    The MSM coverage is the same kind of syncophant idiocy that got SØbama elected.

  • Sandy

    BG yes its the media’s fault that young people live vicariously through the misadventures of celebrities. The worst thing I read was that with all the publicity her CD’s should be selling like hotcakes. Mother Theresa’s big mistake was not to have here own reality show.

  • bg

    ++

    Sandy #91 February 12, 2012 at 9:03 pm

    aside from being apples v oranges..

    i don’t believe Mother Teresa would have been so critical..

    ==

  • yellabone

    For the individuals that have nothing positive to say……..remember how her music allowed you to feel different emotions sad,happy,uplifting,spiritually connected,etc. some people fall at the wayside of temptations, that doesnt make them a bad person,that makes them human. I’m pretty sure evryone has a past,so that’s where it needs to be left.

    For those that remember her as an icon in the music industry……..she will always be remembered as “The Voice” that noone could come close to imitating. She will forever be remembered as a child who had a dream to make a mark in this world. It is so much easier for other people to blame the drugs and the ex-husband for her mistakes,but remember this…..before you go throwing stones look at your life and determine….am i perfect?,have I not made mistakes in my life? Yes her mistakes have cost her her life, but her music will live on. Thats what everyone needs to remember. Bobbi Christina i know what it feels like to lose a parent my heart goes out to you, i can tell you that it may seem like the pain will never go away and it wont but it will get easier. much luv.

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