Robyn Crawford Says Bobby Brown Didn't Introduce Whitney Houston to Cocaine


Her iconic song I Will Always Love You became the best selling single by a woman in music history.

More details have emerged about the life of late singer, Whitney Houston who died in 2012.

'And then, not long after that, we spent the night together.

"I would remind Whitney that, you know, we claimed accomplishing coke could not go where by we are going and we're now there".

"I would have answered any thoughts she experienced, and I would have just listened", reported Robyn. "Whitney realized I was there for her".

"[That day] Eddie Murphy called to say she was making a mistake, but she pressed ahead", Crawford writes in her memoir. Houston gifted Crawford a slate blue Bible and broke the news to her. Houston implied that they shouldn't indulge in a physical relationship anymore since it will only make their lives more hard.

During an appearance on "Dateline", which was teased on "TODAY", Crawford was asked by Craig Melvin when she first believed Houston had a problem.

Crawford says the public perception that Houston's ex-husband, Bobby Brown, introduced her to drugs is false.

In her new memoir, Crawford recalls the moment when her best friend first told her about Brown's proposal. "Would she understand the time is now". And that evening was the night that we touched.

"Robyn loved Whitney and. from what I knew of the two of them, it's sad that Whitney could not live her truth", Warren said.

Crawford said: 'I never envisioned speaking publicly about my life and then I asked myself the question, "What would Whitney want?"'

Houston's mother, soul and gospel singer Cissy Houston, spoke with Oprah Winfrey in 2013.

At the age of 22, Bobbi Kristina's life met a tragic ending similar to her mother's.

Although Robyn are not able to be positive of what Whitney told Bobbi Kristina about their marriage, she claimed, "I feel in my heart that Whitney informed her daughter what form of particular person I am and the depths of our friendship". "I would hope that they had the mother-daughter conversation".

Recently, certain personal facts have come into a spot about singer and actress Whitney Houston. "We didn't want anything to interfere with where she was going".

She writes, according to People: "She admired that I could stop".

"I desired to elevate her legacy, give her respect and share the tale of who she was just before the fame, and in that, to embrace our friendship." she spelled out.