She went as far as to allege that Ray J may have removed the bag of cocaine from Whitney's hotel room because he was hiding his face instead of trying to be on camera like he normally does.
Ray J and his team quickly swarmed in with a statement saying:
"Leolah Brown was nowhere near the Beverly Hilton Hotel on the day Whitney Houston died, CNN proceeded to broadcast an interview with Ms. Brown in which she falsely claimed that Ray J was at the hotel and contributed to Whitney Houston’s death."
While this is true, many people believed that the "One Wish" singer could have been Whitney's supplier.
Sure I get it, he went on the Breakfast Club and spazzed out, talking about his 7 Roll Royces, and getting gay goons to attack Fabolous because he clowned him after he played piano in Floyd Mayweather's living room.
Stuff likes that makes it easy for Ray J to be a target and labeled as a bad guy.
He did two reality shows looking for women and ended up picking a woman who went stonewall crazy, plus her name was Danger. Let's not be quick to judge, a man who dates a girl named Danger means nothing about his character.
Now, other people might think that he leaked his own sex tape with Kim Kardashian and tried to form a relationship with a superstar R&B diva who was double his age, but while it's easy to pick on Ray J, let's not pin this on him.
Whitney Houston had demons before she knew Ray J, and she had those same habits before she met Bobby and so on. So pinning this on Ray J is not fair, right or just. Give Willie Ray Norwood Jr. a break.
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