Singer Whitney Elizabeth Houston (Whitney Houston’s) Death Allegedly Addicted Drugs and Overdose
Singer Whitney Elizabeth Houston (Whitney Houston’s) Death Allegedly Addicted Drugs and Overdose.
Whitney Houston until recently regarded as one of the most successful female singer in the world.
He launch some song hits including I Will Always Love You and Saving All My Love For You is a worldwide success.
But lately brilliant career faded along with the failure of her marriage to rapper Bobby Brown.
Whitney Houston’s death struck many people, especially those closest. Before death, the legendary pop singer had phoned his mother and cousin.
As reported by TMZ, Cissy Houston was hysterical to hear her son’s death. A close family source also mentions Whitney Cissy had called for 30 minutes before the singer was found dead.
In a telephone conversation, the voice of Whitney sounds healthy, happy, and did not complain anything about health. Naturally, the source said, struck Cissy heard her daughter’s death. “We proclaim his death and he was hysterical.”
As is known, Whitney Houston was found dead in his hotel room at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Beverly Hills Police Department confirmed the news and make sure Houston was found dead when the police get to the room. “We found at 15:55 pm (local time Saturday) and was dead at the Beverly Hilton Hotel,” said Mark Rosen, spokesman for the police, Sunday, February 12, 2012.
Unknown cause of death. TMZ just reported that two days earlier, Thursday, February 9, 2012, Whitney Houston looked healthy when appearing at an event in Hollywood. Whitney when the street with a lady friend, who were both wearing black clothing.
Police, as reported by USA Today, are investigating the cause of death. They claim to come after hotel security guard called 911 and paramedics arrived. But Whitney was not responsive. “According to our sources, paramedics, rescue action. But to no avail, and Whitney was pronounced dead at 3:55 AM,” said Jill Fritzo, spokeswoman Whitney.
Born on August 9, 1963 in Newark, New Jersey, Houston is the daughter of singer Cissy Houston. Leading producer, Clive Davis, discovered his talent when Houston was singing at a club in New York in the early 1980s. Shortly thereafter, he signed a recording contract.
Houston became the biggest-selling artist in the music industry the 1980 to late 1990. Golden voice capable of bewitching the audience and music enthusiasts. Seven songs hits in the first position the Billboard charts in the 1980s. Of whom Saving All My Love for You, Greatest Love of All, and Where Do Broken Hearts Go. Soundtrack album contains the songs for the film The Bodyguard Houston to even the best-selling soundtrack album of all time.
Houston is also a star in the film. He also starred in several films in the 1990’s, including Waiting to Exhale. In 2000, she won her Grammy Awards to-6 for the category Best Female R & B Performance. A month later, he was awarded the best actress award during the decade in the music of “Soul Train”.
On top of that fame, Houston reportedly addicted to drugs. Houston was able to control dependence. No wonder then if his album sales sag and then had to be stopped.
Police are still examining the possibility of Whitney Houston, the legendary pop singer, died of drug abuse. So far, the Beverly Hills Police Department is still awaiting autopsy results Whitney’s body.
“We’re not sure,” said Mark Rosen, an investigator from the Beverly Hills Police Department, in his press conference, Sunday, February 12, 2012. “We could not confirm allegations that it is still in our investigation.”
Many media asked at a press conference held by the local police about the alleged death of Whitney. They, as quoted by CNN and ABCNews, to ask the truth of the world’s pop princess died because of drugs. Whitney has long been recognized as a drug addict despite entered rehab several times.
Of investigation at the scene, Beverly Hills Police have not found any signs of abuse or a crime against Houston. Police still will further investigate the death of “mystery” singer’s melodic voice.