Robyn Crawford States Bobby Brown Didn’t Introduce Whitney Houston to Cocaine

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"One day when Eddie was supposed to come for dinner, I caught a glimpse of Whitney", she wrote, as she revealed her feelings of jealousy.

Whitney Houston's best friend and longtime rumored lover, Robyn Crawford, has revealed more details about her romantic relationship with the late singer and how Houston's mother disapproved.

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

Crawford explained that she would remind the How Will I Know singer that they said doing coke couldn't go where they were going, and they were already there. "She said, 'I'm going to stop but I'm just not ready yet'". She is the author of a new book, she has a long-term partner and family, and she is speaking out about her relationship with Whitney for the first time. So we shouldn't be doing it.

After Whitney Houston died on Feb 11, 2012, her closest friend Robyn Crawford grew concerned for her daughter Bobbi Kristina. 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.

Crawford's memoir will be released on November 12, and in another preview from her interview with Melvin, she says she and Houston were involved romantically.

Melvin then introduced up guarantees from the e e-book that, no matter neighborhood notion, Houston's drug use commenced proper earlier than she took up with Bobby Brown.

Crawford was 19 when she met Houston, who was 17 at the time, while they were working at a summer camp in New Jersey in 1980.

After Whitney's death, Crawford tried to reach Bobbi Kristina by passing along her phone number to mutual friends, hoping to hear from her. "That evening was the night that we touched and that just brought us closer". She was 48 years old.

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

Whitney Houston remains one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with 200 millions records sold worldwide.

"I really feel that if Robyn was accepted into Whitney's life, Whitney would still be alive today", Brown wrote. "That was all she wanted, always, was her mother and now she was gone".

Melvin asked whether Crawford is anxious that people will speculate that she made the story up.

She said: 'Believe me, I've done my best to stay out of the spotlight, keeping quiet while others painted their own pictures of me and us'.

"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.