A video that has been pulled from YouTube but reuploaded had some extra information about Whitney Houston right before her untimely death. Many people in the YouTube community encouraged that the video come down and be removed from YouTube.
Unfortunately the video approaches Whitney’s troubles with intoxication and emotional problems in a giddy light. It shows how terrible it truly is when Hollywood reporters prey on Hollywood Stars until they crumble.
One of the statements in the video will leave your jaw hanging open when the reporter states, “We are happy to see Whitney back out in the scene, even if she is acting crazy. Cause, I’ll admit it, it’s a lot more fun to watch!”
The full description that went with the original video was as follows:
This was posted a day before Whitney Houston’s death.
The YouTube community was calling that the originators take it down. It is being put here to show how giddy “entertainment reporters” are when celebrities are having problems in their life.
Whitney Houston hasnʼt hit a red carpet in over a year, but last night she actually performed at a pre-Grammy party. She was acting and looking like a hot mess!!
Her performance at the pre-Grammy Party at TruHollywood was a hit, but afterwards it all went downhill.
When she left the club, she seemed disoriented and angry and had blood dripping down her leg and scratch marks on her wrists. She looked disheveled and appeared to be shouting and pointing at someone as she was led out of the nightclub by a few concerned-looking friends.
Whitney seemed to be intoxicated or using other substances as she stumbled to her waiting car. But as soon as she got in the backseat, she pretty much immediately calmed down…and then passed out.
We are happy to see Whitney back out in the scene, even if she is acting crazy. Cause, I’ll admit it, it’s a lot more fun to watch!
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