The National Enquirer Gives More Exceprts From Cissy’s Book

Cissy Houston Signs Copies Of Her New Book “Remembering Whitney”

Here are a few things I concluded from this new tabloid interpretation of an excerpt from Cissy Houston’s new book about daughter Whitney Houston.

One, if Cissy also writes that Robyn Crawford told her about Whitney’s drug use way back in the 1980s, it’s uh, a bit dubious that it apparently took more than a decade later to see how bad it truly was.

Two, the National Enquirer is out of its mind for painting the revelation below as, “See, we brought them together!” Well, that’s one way of putting.

Three, I’m increasingly uncomfortable with what’s coming out about Nippy from members of her own family.

Draw your own conclusions below as the National Enquirer says:

“Nippy called to tell me that The National ENQUIRER was about to print some photos supposedly taken in the bathroom of her house,” Cissy – calling her daughter by her nickname – explained in “Remembering Whitney.”

“I had no idea about what the pictures showed, who took them, or who was in the house at the time. The one thing I knew – and the only thing I cared about, really – was that my daughter had reached out, and she needed me…So I got on the first flight out of Newark that I could, and I went down to Atlanta.”

The shocking photos, published in our April 10, 2006, issue, were damning proof of Whitney’s tragic addiction to drugs. Taken by her close friend and former sister-in-law Tina Brown, they showed the singer’s private bathroom after she had locked herself away for days on another self-destructive binge. The room was littered with leftover food, empty beer cans, crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia.

Cissy writes that she had only learned the true extent of Whitney’s drug problem the year before during another visit to the Atlanta mansion. She says the walls of the once-opulent home had been spray-painted with “big glaring eyes and strange faces.”

In another room, a large framed photo of Whitney hung on the wall, but her head had been cut out.

“It was beyond disturbing, seeing my daughter’s face cut out like that,” Cissy writes. “It was frightening.”

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