Robyn Crawford Reveals Why She Struggled With Whitney Houston’s Drowning: “She Loved The Water, That Girl Could Swim”
Robyn Crawford – best friend of late legendary singer, Whitney Houston – has been on a press run about her highly anticipated memoir, “A Song for You: My Life With Whitney Houston,” for weeks, sharing intimate stories of her secret life with the superstar. But she recently sat down for, perhaps, her most revealing interview yet. Today, (11/18/19) Robyn Crawford’s told the “Red Table Talk” that she grappled with Whitney Houston’s 2012 drowning death.
Robyn told Jada:
“When Whitney passed, I was flooded with emotions. I was angry. I never once believed that she would fall.”
Robyn Crawford revealed an ironic, never-before-heard fact about Whitney Houston’s death:
“Swimming is what she loved to do. I mean, girl could swim. She loved the water. And that’s why passing in the water just is so crazy, like hard for me to wrap my heart and head around.”
Much like her “Today Show” appearance, she also detailed their intimate relationship:
“We were intimate on all levels.”
What are your thoughts on Robyn’s remarks about Whitney’s ability to swim? Let us know in the comments.
Written by Miata Shanay