They are showing pictures of her like papparazzi pics where she is caught off guard and it doesn't make her look good and they have to constantly discuss her drug usage from the past. That's a part of her but why not discuss why she was famous in the first place? For her beautiful voice. They are focusing on the negative drug aspect WAY more then the career.What are they saying about her on the news? I refuse to watch it since all they can do is peddle continuous lies and bull **** all day.
That's the freaking news for yah. That's the reason I never watch it....period.They are showing pictures of her like papparazzi pics where she is caught off guard and it doesn't make her look good and they have to constantly discuss her drug usage from the past. That's a part of her but why not discuss why she was famous in the first place? For her beautiful voice. They are focusing on the negative drug aspect WAY more then the career.
Yeah I agree man. In the 80's and still am a huge metal head so I wasn't a fan but like you I could not deny she had big time talent just not in my genre. What a shame a life cut way too shore.Gotta say in the 80's, Whitney may have been #1 on my most hated singers list. Hated her style, and the overexposure and such she received back then just made her the focal point of my dislike for the genre.
Having said that, I admit she had a very talented voice, and catchy tunes that weren't for me but obviously struck a chord for millions of others. For her fans, she'll be missed. RIP.
You were in the room and know she was drinking?It shouldnt take 6 weeks to do a toxicology report. That is a joke. No wonder this country is screwed up. They found prescription drugs in her hotel room. That should tell you something. She was drinking prior to dying.
I'm fully aware. I've seen my fair share of death, from many different positions.Normally you don't compare value of human lives Garven.
I don't connect with entertainers. I'm actually quite disgusted how we as a society put them on such a high pedestal and idolize them. They entertain us, that's all they do. Now granted we may find meaning in their work and impact ourselves, but I don't think there is some automatic connection between a person and a celebrity. Of course they may have, but that doesn't make her death close to their hearts. There is a big difference between a fan losing a celebrity and a husband losing a wife.The thing with entertainers though especially singers is that you connect with these people and their work. Some people I'm sure had a Whitney song played at their wedding, birthday party and ect. . Plus keep in mind were talking about the "Queen of Pop" which Whitney truly was in the 80's and early 90's. A lot of her songs had a deeper meaning and surpassed any garbage beyonce, Rihanna, Katy perry and all other pops stars push. I'm not looking to argue, I guess I can understand what your saying but I'm just asking you for a moment to take your first step into a larger world and see how others were saddened by this. Empathy you know?