Performer and actress Whitney Houston was most well known for her songs, “I Will Always Love You” and “Queen of the Night”. She had a surprisingly prosperous career in entertainment, selling out concerts throughout the world for several years. She presented her big-screen debut in “The Bodyguard”, opposite Kevin Costner, through which she acted as a parody of herself: a massively prosperous pop vocalist who was being stalked by a crazed admirer. After she married Bobby Brown, who actually apparently already dealt with a narcotic addiction which had been spiraling out of hand; she was stalked by the expanding addiction to illegal substances. In an interview for national television, Whitney was asked with regards to her drug use, and whether she had ever made use of crack cocaine. Her answer, now famous, was, “Crack is whack.”
Nevertheless, after a period of rumors, the chart-topping singer finished her marital relationship and got into treatment. While she once embraced sobriety as well as previously worked to bring back her vocation within the entertainment business, in 2012 she was discovered dead within a bathtub that was overlooking empty champagne and beer bottles. After her passing, her past challenges with drug addiction have once again become the topic of gossip as well as innuendo.