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Whitney bisexual speculation resurface in documentary

SS the Showstopper
By SS the Showstopper

After resting in peace for nearly fiver years, Whitney bisexual speculations are still rearing its head for many, with a new documentary biopic titled Whitney.

According to reports, the new Whitney biopic which is entitled “Whitney: Can I Be Me” is resurfacing the rumors of Whitney bisexual tendencies.

For years, even before her death, there were rumors that the late Whitney Houston had a romantic relationship with her best friend and former assistant, Robyn Crawford. However, the story had never been unlocked, until now. In never-before-seen-footage — taken throughout Whitney’s life — the relationship between the two was shown at the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC. The footage contained moments from both on stage and behind-the-scenes during Whitney’s career, and in-depth interviews with her family members and close friends.

I don’t think she was gay, I think she was bisexual,” Whitney’s friend and stylist, Ellin Lavar said in the film. “Robyn provided a safe place for her…in that Whitney found safety and solace.” 

Whitney: Can I Be Me, which premiered on April 26, included detailed information about Bobby Brown. The film claimed that Whitney’s then-husband often came to blows with Robyn. “Robyn and Whitney were like twins,” Kevin Ammons, who worked security for Whitney, admitted. “They were inseparable. They had a bond and Bobby Brown could never remove Robyn. He wanted to be the man in the relationship,” which may have lead to Whitney bisexual speculations.<>br>

At the end of Whitney’s 1999 My Love Is Your Love world tour, Bobby and Robyn were at a hostile point of no return, according to the film. “Bobby Brown and Robyn Crawford were like fire and ice. They hated each other,” Whitney’s former bodyguard, David Roberts recalled. “They’d battle for her affections. Bobby and Robyn had some physical altercations and there were times where he wasn’t always the winner. But then Whitney would always come and pour oil over troubled waters,” he continued.

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