Did Cissy Houston open Pandora's box with her new book?
Insiders claim Whitney Houston's former best friend Robyn Crawford is livid with the way she's been portrayed in Cissy Houston's memoir 'Remembering Whitney' and is considering writing her own book to set the record straight...
From The National Enquirer
“Cissy has caught herself up in a shocking web of lies,” a close source revealed.
“She claims she didn’t care whether Robyn was gay, but she hated Robyn for the rumors that she and Whitney were lovers. She was worried that the stories would destroy her daughter’s career.”
The source notes that Cissy was so concerned about Whitney’s relationship with Robyn “she did everything in her power to stop it,” and even pushed Whitney to pursue a romance with hip-hop bad boy Bobby Brown to get her away from Robyn.
In his 1998 book “Good Girl Bad Girl,” co-author Kevin Ammons – who dated Whitney’s former publicist Regina Brown – quotes Cissy as saying it wasn’t “natural” for the two women to be so close. He goes on to allege that Cissy exploded at Robyn for fighting with Whitney, who had just received a gift of 400 roses from Brown.
That story does NOT appear in Cissy’s book.
Whitney and Robyn drifted apart after the superstar singer married Brown in 1992, and throughout the years, both women denied they’d had a lesbian relationship.
Meanwhile, Robyn is said to be livid over the book and concerned about her reputation.
“Robyn doesn’t want Cissy to have the final say,” the source explained. “Now, she may even write her own book to set history straight.”