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Whitney should have married Michael Jackson, says David Gest

By Alexander Baron     Feb 20, 2012 in Entertainment
London - In an extraordinary interview about Whitney Houston, the promoter David Gest has laid the blame for her death squarely with her ex-husband.
Barring a letter from Bobby Brown's libel lawyers, you may be able to see this interview in a day or two on the BBC Breakfast website; if not, somebody is sure to upload it to YouTube.
Fresh from Whitney Houston's funeral, David Gest appeared on the couch alongside Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams this morning, and let rip. Sort of. It was not an attack on Brown, there was certainly no malice in his voice, it was as if he was reading a shopping list. He said simply that before she met him, Whitney didn't do drugs, was the last person anyone would have thought of would have done drugs, and wondered what she had ever seen in him. That should have been obvious - the bad boy every good girl fantasises about. Unfortunately or otherwise, in this instance, she was unable to distinguish fantasy from reality. A certain Peter Tatchell appears to suffer from the same problem regarding her relationship with Brown in particular and with men in general.
Gest was also an intimate of Michael Jackson, here he is talking about the Jackson legacy on the BBC last November. On today's programme, he related what he had seen at the funeral on Saturday when Brown stormed out. Gest said also he had hoped Whitney would marry Michael Jackson. Now there's a thought.
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