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Whitney Houston Dead At Age 48

The singer passed away today Saturday February 11, 2012.


Icon Whitney Houston died today at The Beverly Hills Hilton, where she had been staying. Paramadecs were called and attempted CPR to no avail. There is no cause of death at this time. Houston sold over 200 million albums and is considered the worlds most selling women singers of all time.

Whitney had fought alcoholism and addiction in the past and had as recently as May of 2011 reentered rehab for another try. Whitney enjoyed a luxury rehab treatment center while she was trying to battle her disease. It is sad Whitney was never able to keep the recovery from drugs and alcohol she desired. Alcoholism is cunning, baffling and powerful... always present and patiently waiting for an inroad to meander back into your life and take you down permanently. Whitney told Oprah Winfrey her drug of choice was marijuana laced with cocaine. Years of a rocky marriage with bad boy Bobby Brown played out in the headlines of the tabloids. Interviews where she did not make sence raised speculation that she was still using. Recently she went out on a world tour but did not have the voice she is known for. Many walked out of her concerts after hearing her sing bad and appearing winded after a few songs.

Houston was last seen publicly on Thursday, when she appeared disheveled and disoriented in front of a Hollywood nightclub. According to the Hollywood Reporter, she got into an altercation with "X Factor" finalist Stacy Francis on Thursday at an event where she was said to be acting "belligerent."

Keep your sobriety close to your heart and take it seriously. Do the things your suppose to do to stay sober. Alcoholism is patient and will wait to sneak back into your life and kill you.... some fasterr than others.

RIP Whitney... you were one of us..

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