Singer and star Whitney Houston had been most renowned for her tunes, “I Will Always Love You” and “Queen of the Night”. She had a surprisingly powerful career within entertainment, selling out concert events throughout the world for quite some time. She presented her big-screen first appearance in “The Bodyguard”, opposite Kevin Costner, wherein she acted as a parody concerning herself: a massively prosperous pop singer who was being stalked by a crazy fan. After she married Bobby Brown, who actually purportedly already dealt with a narcotic addiction which was spinning out of hand; she was stalked by a increasing dependence on illegal substances. In an interview for national television, Whitney was asked about her drug use, and whether she had ever before previously used crack cocaine. Her answer, currently well-known, was in fact, “Crack is whack.”
Even so, after years of gossip, the chart-topping musician was over her marriage and joined treatment. While she once adopted sobriety as well as labored to bring back her career in the entertainment field, in 2012 she was found deceased in a bathtub which had been flanked by empty champagne and beer bottles. Despite her demise, her previous struggles with substance addiction have once again become the subject of news and innuendo.