I AM WARNING YOU, DO NOT READ ON IF YOU DON’T WANT TO BE DISTURBED. SERIOUSLY.
This week’s National Enquirer cover shows Whitney Houston in her open casket at a funeral home in Newark, NJ. From what it appears like, it was a REAL photo taken inside the “private” family viewing that took place the evening before the “going home” service. So you know what that means…
Somebody CLOSE to Whitney, whether it be a family member or a close friend, snapped the photo and sold it to the tabloid. Lawd. People honestly have no shame, do they? Can you believe somebody considered a close person to the singer would do such a thing and then probably show their face at the funeral as well with their intentions on their mind because you know damn well that the person who snapped that picture KNEW what they were doing.
It was just last week that the Enquirer’s cover showed a model posing as Houston dead in the bath tub of the Beverly Hilton Hotel room where Whitney passed. It’s apparently all about the money, my friends.
The cover of the Enquirer published the photo along with the cover title, “WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Whitney’s Last Photo… Inside her private viewing. Buried in jewellery worth $500,000; Wore her favorite purple dress; Had gold slippers on her feet (All the details).”
Check out the disturbing image below.
Image via National Enquirer