Whitney Houston was never one to bite her tongue, and arguably one of the best examples of that is her epic-ass phone call with Wendy Williams in 2003.
Reading the then WBLS radio personality from the top of her refurbished lace front all the way down to the soles of her feet that marched behind covered wagons on The Trail of Tears, Nippy served every edition of Hooked On Phonics.
That moose sat under the Learning Tree that fucking day.
Does the likelihood of Dionne Warwick smelling like Sulfur 8 and the pages of an almanac printed in 1957 kill your libido? Well, it shouldn’t.
Dionne shared pearls of wisdom with eager students at the 2013 Grammy Camp Legends on Tuesday (August 6) in New York City. Hey young world, having proper etiquette with the weed man is essential if you plan to have a longstanding career in the music industry. Listen up!
Cousin DiDi, Cissy Houston, Clive Davis and others will share memories of Whitney Houston on a daylong special airing on SiriusXM Radio on Saturday. Celebration of A Lifetime will air from 9 a.m. to 3 a.m. ET on Heart & Soul via satellite. The special can also be accessed through the SiriusXM Internet Radio App, and online at siriusxm.com.
Our Fair Lady Nippy would have turned 50 years old on Friday, so I beg you not to play ping pong with Ray J’s fuckboy emotions until next Tuesday. I plan on honoring her life by keeping “The Game Belongs To Me” on repeat and watching episodes of ‘Being Bobby Brown’ on YouTube the entire day.
She may have gone home to glory too soon but Whitney Houston left behind a legacy of fuckery that will never be forgotten, and the reality television show ‘Being Bobby Brown’ was my favorite chapter. I’m not sure what caused Our Fair Lady Nippy to break out in the spirit of all things trill but I know without a shadow of a doubt that shady minds are more than capable of coming up with an answer.
Quiet as it is kept, this little jig slays the dance choreography of more than a couple artists who are currently out there booking shows. Shouts out to you Bad Gal RiRi.
In the below clip from Tyler Perry‘s appearance on ‘Oprah Next Chapter,’ he explains how he tried to help Whitney Houston through her struggle with addiction due largely in part to an ominous feeling about her fate.
“I felt a huge responsibility for her, for Whitney, herself. From the first day we sat down in that restaurant and had a conversation where she was so open with me, I felt a responsibility to do all I could to help her . . . I sensed, like most people who deal with people who have addiction issues, they sense that there is a ‘death day’ coming.”