Singer and actress Whitney Houston has been most well-known for her tunes, “I Will Always Love You” and “Queen of the Night”. She had an exceptionally powerful career within entertainment, selling out shows globally for quite a while. She completed her big-screen introduction in “The Bodyguard”, opposite Kevin Costner, wherein she portrayed a parody of herself: a extremely flourishing pop singer who was simply being stalked by a crazed supporter. After she married Bobby Brown, who supposedly already suffered a illegal drug habit which was spiraling uncontrolled; she was stalked with a expanding obsession with illegal substances. In a conversation for national television, Whitney was asked in relation to her drug use, and whether she had ever obtained crack cocaine. Her reply, currently famous, was, “Crack is whack.”
Even so, after a period of gossip, the chart-topping artist was over her relationship and entered therapy. While she once adopted sobriety and also labored to bring back her career in the entertainment business, in 2012 she was discovered dead in a bathtub which had been overlooking empty champagne and beer bottles. Despite her departure, her preceding challenges with dependence have once again become the subject matter of news and innuendo.