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
I shall no doubt get lambasted for this - but I say "Who cares?" and "Good Riddance!" Whether a crackhead can sing or not does not change the fact that it is a crackhead. If the entertainment community as a whole would develop a zero tolerance policy towards drug users then we could have better entertainment, and producers and promoters could generate productions without fear as to whether or not their talent will be in rehab or dead before the contract term is finished. (How much money was lost on Micheal Jackson's concert tour that was not done cause he overdosed, on Britneys cancelled concerts and movies, and Charlie Sheen and Lindsey's shenannigans etc. You didnt have this nonsense back in the days when "stars" had morals clauses in their contracts. The only thing that killed musicians back then was pilots who didnt have an Instrument Rating and the FAA fixed that after the mishap in the Iowa cornfield... Good riddance to all junkies. May Whitney's death be an example to any young girl thinking of picking up a pipe. Maybe they should put her body on display in a Hard Rock cafe somewhere as a reminder that crack kills....
Edited by KevTheBoer, 1 year ago
I agree with Kevtheboer
Edited by DEBSHERE, 1 year ago
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