Whitney Houston's last photo

Somehow I don't think whoever sold the photo of a dead Whitney Houston to the National Enquirer is going to be in a charitable mood. From the Chicago Sun Times:
According to a source close to Cissy Houston, Whitney's grieving mom now knows who sold that photo to the National Enquirer. The Houston family insider said Cissy "had a come-to-Jesus moment" with the guilty party and demanded the alleged six-figure fee for the photo be donated to charity.
This is such a sad turn of events. Whitney Houston deserved to have an elegant, dignified send-off into the great beyond, but a Houston clan insider just had to make a quick buck. I don't blame Mrs. Houston for demanding that money be . . . wait -- did you say "six figures"? Well hells bells, I won't be the one to say when an entrepreneur should or shouldn't make a little extra scratch, and neither should you. This is America, damn it. It's the patriotic duty of a shutterbug to whip out the ol' cell cam and do what's right. Hell, for six figures I would have stolen Whitney's body and given it the lead role in the Broadway version of Weekend at Bernie's.

*5 Whitney Houston pictures total in the gallery:

  • Whitney Houston Death Picture 1
  • Whitney Houston Death Picture 2
  • Whitney Houston Death Picture 3
  • Whitney Houston Death Picture 4
  • Whitney Houston Death Picture 5
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  • of course she does, and her mother made plenty of cash. what a way to make money, and she also has a basis to re nigh on paying the funeral cost too.

  • Hollywoodeast

    I sure would have done it for the $$$$$....charity...hahahahahahahahaha

  • uAstupidho

    bitch dead as hell, still, moving on. Hopefully to non-crackwhores that value life. RIH Whitney

  • Osexyone

    Really? I feel that about your Mammy! You need to be dead, killed slowly and painfully and your Mother needs to be roasting in hell with you!

  • uAstupidho

    Fuck you cuntbag. You should join her fuckin CUNT!! Wipe the sand out of your vagina.

  • wow!This is such a sad turn of events. Whitney Houston deserved to have an elegant, dignified send-off into the great beyond, but a Houston clan insider just had to make a quick buck.

  • Helivesnme1

    The world may have had the right to see Whitney and they did while she was among the land of the living!!!! But once her name was called from the HEAVENLY ROLL, and her family wanted her final hours on this earth to be with them and them only!!! IT SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN VIOLATED!!!!!! I wouldn't care if that person was offered 20 figures, they were WRONG!!!! How would you have felt if it was your mother, daughter???? People need to stay n their lanes period!!!! FOR SOME MONEY???? PLEASE!!!!!! Was it worth it??? did you get what you wanted out of the deal??? Now what??? Are you gonna continue to disrespect other celebrities when their name get called also??? Please, show some REAL LOVE YALL!!! What if something terrible happened to you, and you became disfigured and your FAMILY states that they wanted no photographs taken, and a private service for FAMILY MEMBERS ONLY and some close friends, and their requests were ignored???

  • haha,This is such a sad turn of events. Whitney Houston deserved to have an elegant, dignified send-off into the great beyond, but a Houston clan insider just had to make a quick buck.

  • Poco

    I don't see a big smile on her face. She looks surely

  • Poco

    The world had the right to know and see what Whitney looked like before they closed the coffin and she was hidden away fore ever. The photog was doing a community service and should be allowed to keep all.

  • you sound dumb.the world did NOT have a right to see her dead body. That was a private moment for the family. They shared her with the public for years. They owe YOU or the public NOTHING. Crude, vile, disrespectful and plain wrong.

  • not to mention they did NOT have the families permission and violated their wishes. It's wrong on all accounts. COON.


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