Another report on Whitney Houston is in the National Enquirer about behind-the-scenes funeral arrangements that were made for the pop singer. Last week, the tabloid was slammed for printing photos of Houston in her casket. No one knows who supplied the magazine with the images, but they're authentic. Cissy Houston, her mother, gave up finding out who sold the photos. At this point she doesn't feel it matters.
The newest Enquirer reports that Cissy had it out with Bobby Brown before the funeral. That's not too surprising considering the strained relationship they have and the fact he walked out at the beginning of the services. The tabloid goes on to say Cissy reluctantly agreed to invite Brown to the memorial in New Jersey, but wasn't allowed to attend the private viewing of Whitney.
Cissy chose the purple dress Whitney's wore in her casket. Daughter Bobbi Kristina selected the gold slippers, and cousin, Dionne Warwick helped them choose the $500,000 worth of jewelry she was seen wearing.
The last National Enquirer report suggested that Whitney was buried in her jewelry and it was drawing thieves to her grave. Cissy vehemently protested the report by saying her daughter was not buried with the jewelry and there wasn't guards ordered to stand by her burial site around the clock.
How true is the Whitney Houston story in the latest tabloid report by Enquirer this week?