For nearly 4 hours we witnessed Whitney's dignified going home service, and unlike other celebrity funerals it remained private with real and genuine emotions displayed for the loss of a loved one.
I found out about the real Whitney today, not the tabloid depiction of a woman who had lost touch with reality. She was a kind, loving and God fearing girl who got lost along life's road, but has now gone home to be with her Lord. R.I.P. Whitney
What I saw of the service was beautiful. However, the way they picked up her casket made me think for a second they would drop it. I was praying hard that they didn't! She was such a beautiful, graceful, and gracious talent gone too soon.
Amen! I watched the entire service to. It was beautiful! Elegant, graceful and talented. She is in the Lord's arms now. She will be dearly missed.
I missed all that, but i am sure i could find it somewhere. She was such a talent, so sad.
by cwright88 6 years ago
Do you believe Whitney Houston's death could have been avoided?It's pretty certain what the cause was. Do you think she was doomed from the beginning of her drug use?
by creamsoda 6 years ago
What was Whitney Houston's cause of death?
by mikemakau 6 years ago
Were Whitney Houston's handlers (significant others) sleeping on the job when she overdosed?It has been suggested by various media houses that those close to her could have done something to stop her from slipping back to drug use (and eventually death). I argue that nothing could be further from...
by Princess Prisca 6 years ago
Do you think it was too soon for (the late Whitney Houston's daughter) Bobbi Christina's interview?As we all know, Whitney Houston was found dead in her hotel room just a few weeks ago. Everyone has be trying to land the first interview with the late singer's daughter, Bobbi Christina...
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