Brandy revealed she blamed others for Whitney Houston’s death: “It’s natural for people to want to blame. I blamed a lot on a lot of people.
Brandy is opening about the tragic death of her friend/music legend, Whitney Houston. In the new book titled We Almost Don’t Have It All: To Protect Whitney Houston by Gerrick Kennedy, with Brandy’s transition, the 42-year-old singer/actress is candid about her relationship with Houston but also shares how her untimely death and how it affected her how. Brandy revealed that she blamed others for Whitney’s downfall.
“It’s natural for people to want to blame. I’ve blamed so many people, when it comes to Whitney… We love her so much and need something or someone to blame them on because it’s hard to accept that she’s gone. ”
Brandy explain that in the end, only Whitney Houston she herself knows what it feels like to walk in her own shoes. She also showed great empathy for the scrutiny and high levels of pressure that Whitney faced.
“We don’t really have the right to talk about anything she’s been through in her life. No one knows where she ran from. No one knows what she was trying to overcome. No one knows the cost that comes with being Whitney Houston. That level of popularity, that level of expectation, that level of pressure.”
February 11th marks 10 years since the death of Whitney Houston. The “I Will Always Love You” singer died at age 48 on February 11, 2012, which was Brandy’s 33rd birthday. Houston was found unconscious in the bathtub of her Beverly Hilton hotel and was pronounced dead shortly afterwards. Her death came just hours before Clive Davis’s traditional pre-Grammy party, where the “I’m Every Woman” singer was scheduled to appear. The coroner later revealed she had accidentally drowned, listing heart disease and cocaine use as contributing factors.
The “I Wanna Be Down” singer grew up with idols Whitney Houston and finally got the chance to meet her in rehearsal for the 1995 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, hosted by Houston. Brandy recalls,
“When she hugs me, she hugs me like she knows me. And she knows me, because of my music. … Whitney gave me her coat to wear, and I hung out with her all day. It was a dream, one of the best days of my life.”
In 1997, the couple starred in “Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella” on ABC, a history of making Brandy The first black actress to portray a princess is well known. Spirits and Whitney Houston developed a very close friendship over the years.
“Whitney can take you to so many places with just her voice..She has inspired generations of little girls around the world to sing from their hearts and hearts. That’s her magic, and that’s her legacy. And we’ll never see another Whitney Houston.”
We Almost Don’t Have It All: To Protect Whitney Houston by Gerrick Kennedy, with the Brandy striker set to be released on Tuesday (February 1).
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