Vocalist and star Whitney Houston has been most famous for her hits, “I Will Always Love You” and “Queen of the Night”. She had an incredibly flourishing career inside entertainment, selling out shows throughout the world for several years. She made her big-screen first appearance in “The Bodyguard”, opposite Kevin Costner, in which she played a parody regarding herself: a hugely prosperous pop performer who was simply being stalked by a crazy devotee. After she married Bobby Brown, who actually allegedly already had a illegal substance dependence that was spiraling out of control; she was stalked with a expanding dependence on narcotics. In a conversation for national television, Whitney was asked about her drug use, and whether or not she had ever before consumed crack cocaine. Her response, currently well-known, was in fact, “Crack is whack.”
Even so, after many years of gossip, the chart-topping performer was over her marital relationship and joined treatment. While she once embraced sobriety and also labored to revive her career in the entertainment field, in 2012 she was found deceased within a bathtub which had been surrounded by empty champagne and beer bottles. Even after her departure, her previous struggles with dependency have once more become the topic of chit chat as well as innuendo.