Whitney Houston will always be remembered for her phenomenal voice, but there was something special about her wit as well.
Houston once told Wendy Williams in an interview, “If this were back in the day in Newark, I’d meet you outside.” Turns out, Houston almost did make good on those words she said back in 2003.
In an exclusive clip from Tuesday’s airing of The Wendy Williams Show obtained by People, Robyn Crawford gave the scoop on a private conversation that occurred between her and Houston following that contentious interview.
Crawford recalled that she was informed by her former assistant that Houston was going to appear on Williams’ radio show and when she listened to the footage, she described Houston as being “fed up.” She could hear it in her voice.
People broke it down:
After Williams asks if Houston was “fed up with me or fed up with the world?” Crawford told her, “You had been talking about Whitney and myself for so long,” referring to rumors that she and Houston had been in a romantic relationship.
“But it all came true. A lot of what I said is in this book. A lot of things I said were in this book,” Williams says, noting Crawford’s new memoir in which she finally details their love story.
Crawford further recalls the day she and Houston heard the interview, revealing to Williams that the pair wanted to confront her in person.
“Everyone lived by the radio back then. We’re in the car, you’re talking like you lived with us, like you’re roommates with us. We’re in the car, sitting still and Whitney would say, ‘Who the… who is she? Who is this woman? I don’t even know what she looks like,’ ” she remembers.
“We were gonna…We didn’t know what you looked like and our plan was to go down to Hudson Street…and wait for you right outside,” Crawford tells Williams, who appears shocked. “We weren’t gonna fight, we just wanted to see you face-to-face and have a chat.”
As for Williams, she doesn’t have any regrets about that interview.
“Rest in peace, Whitney. I wasn’t tough on her. Whitney stayed on the phone and she was the one drumming up all of the drama. I was sitting calmly. No!” she HEAD BACK TO THE BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM HOMEPAGE