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Words escape me in articulating my utter shock. There are about 2,000 comments about Whitney Houston’s death, and had to stop after reading about 30 of them. I have come to the conclusion that most of those who commented have a liver for a heart. The comments were utterly repulsive. All I have to say to these loathsome people is that they are despicable cowards who hide behind their monitors while spewing their hatred. One thing is for sure and that is that they'll someday find out that Karma is a bitch!

Drugs have destroyed countless families. I myself lost two cousins to it, and this is why I'm so very against it ever being legalized. Those who showed no empathy in their comments will eventually find that some loved one will succumb to this horrifying and deadly thing we call drugs. Perhaps then, they’ll learn the meaning of compassion and respect for the dead.

As for the Gammy Awards, I enjoyed them very much, but I must say that when Nicki Minaj started with her performance of a diabolical exorcism, I had to change the channel, because I found it to be a blasphemy of all that is holy! I love watching blood and gore movies, but not this kind of sacrilegious depravity!

Oh! And Adele was absolutely wonderful!

Here are a few mind-boggling examples of what I read about Whitney Houston’s tragic:

A tribute to an alcoholic drug addict? She deserved what she got... a cold slab in the morgue....

Eff whitney houston. She was a druggie who did it all to herself. That's the black mentality for you, act like the world is over because "her demons be gettin to her and sheet".

I liked her on Oprah best. If she would have got her head up Oprah's dress, she would have OD'ed on all that crack then and there.

GEE !!! Just another dead pill popping pot smoking coke snorter !!! Ditto for the little white boy lover Michael Jackson !! Good riddance of Ghetto dumpster trailer trash !!!

Looks like Jennifer needs to lose about 20 more pounds. You can actually see the giant snickers bar sticking out of her dress...what a fatty

Amazing how a child molester and a crackhead die from drug overdoses and are suddenly viewed as upstanding citizens, role models, and a loss to society. If only we had more people like Whiteny Houston and Michael Jackson.....the world would be a better place! "Bobby, pass me the crack....I need a fix!"

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hedoesntgetit
Feb. 13th, 2012 07:16 pm (UTC)
Yeah, people are shit heads.

Nicki minaj....where was her agent, publicist, and management? i have no clue why anyone would give this performance a green light. my mind was blown and huge fail on her team's part.
playgirl
Feb. 14th, 2012 04:05 am (UTC)
Amazing just how many of them there are!

Only time will tell if it will affect her popularity in the future.
ubet_cha
Feb. 13th, 2012 10:33 pm (UTC)
Whenever a celebrity dies people fall over themselves to talk trash about that individual. I usually let it go unless I find a particular remark especially offensive. Its sad, but taking the high road doesn’t always appear to be to be popular.

No I didn’t care for Nicki Minaj’s act either. I kept waiting for the ‘music’ to kick in to justify the pageantry and well……..
playgirl
Feb. 14th, 2012 03:42 am (UTC)
You're right. I've often wondered why, and believe I've come to a conclusion. Seems like when the first commenter posts trash about the person, most have to copy and out do the trash talk. When it's visa versa, most leave nice comments. All in all, it kind of proves they don't have a mind of their own.

Minaj went way too far. Hope you enjoyed the Grammy as much as I did!
girlspell
Feb. 13th, 2012 11:17 pm (UTC)
I didn't see most of the show. I did however see Adele. She's amazing.

I've heard some of this garbage. It's pretty revolting. But I think far and away most people are morning her. She was an amazing singer.
playgirl
Feb. 14th, 2012 03:34 am (UTC)
Yes, Adele is amazing, and I love, love so much Rolling In The Deep!

Anyone who says such horrible things about the dead must have a pretty loathsome life.
donchep
Feb. 14th, 2012 02:22 am (UTC)
The Nicki Minaj thing didnt bother me so much just didnt find it all that amusing or entertaining.You want to be offended then be offended that the audience welcomed Chris Brown with open arms even though he physically abused Rihanna not too long ago. Wow, if Whitney hadn't died I was certain this Grammy show would have been about remembering Amy Winehouse another huge talent that went to waste due to needless excess.
You know to this day Whitney Houston's National Anthem in 1991 during the Gulf War at Superbowl XXV is the best version I've ever heard.

playgirl
Feb. 14th, 2012 03:26 am (UTC)
I did see the beginning of Nicki Minaj’s Exorcism, but when it computed in my brain what it truly was, I changed the channel until it was over. It’s not that I’m a delicate piece of tissue paper, since I watch all the live videos of the decapitations that were happening in the Middle East, and love watching all the big time blood and gore movies on TV, but when it comes to demonic stuff, I just will not watch it.

As for Rihanna, she’s not only gorgeous, but sings beautifully. I’ll never understand what she saw in that butthole Chris Brown. As for Winehouse, I did know she’d passed away, and that’s all I know of her. I’ve never listened to her music.

There were many people who felt the same way as you do about Whitney Houston’s National Anthem at the Super Bowl. Yesterday was the first time I heard her sing it, and agree with you. I saw her in the Bodyguard and thought she was so beautiful. I also felt she and Kevin Costner made a beautiful couple. I sobbed toward the end of the movie. I’m a water fountain when I see movies like that.
donchep
Feb. 14th, 2012 03:39 am (UTC)
And that's not to say others havent done wonderful versions of the national anthem. I mean they weren't all Steve Tyler or Rosanne Barr :). I like Whitney's because to me no one could hit every bit of it as perfectly as she has. I felt the song and the meaning of it in her performance. So often I've heard singers who use the anthem as an excuse to show off their ability to do vocal runs to excess that it becomes a ridiculous practice in self-indulgense and not about the national anthem at all. Whitney Houston sang it with grace and just enough of her flourish to show off her beautiful voice without turning it into a self aggrandizing showcase of her abilities.
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playgirl
Feb. 15th, 2012 06:12 am (UTC)
Do you really think so? Guess I'll have to look for a bigger plastic pail and practice jumping into it more gracefully! :o)
daddy
Feb. 14th, 2012 03:27 am (UTC)
I thought that LL Cool J's opening prayer was very nice and so right on. The dude is so Righteous! A real class act!

They should have never let Minaj on stage much less in the building. Her dressed in that hideous outfit and her escorts dressed as the Holy Father and Priests was way over the top.
playgirl
Feb. 14th, 2012 04:01 am (UTC)
Yes daddy, it was very nice that he and the audience prayed for her.

The get-up Minaj and her priest wore was way over the line, but they couldn't be stopped since there is freedom of speech and and expression.
donchep
Feb. 14th, 2012 06:44 am (UTC)
Freedom of speech has nothing to do with private events. Freedom of speech pertains to government interfering in freedoms of expression. If I threw a party in my home and someone wanted to talk about how great Hitler was, freedom of speech doesnt protect him from me kicking his ass out on the street. I really think you have the term confused and what it really means sometimes. These things never get stopped because it really is a "let them say what they want..the public will decide if they hated it".
playgirl
Feb. 15th, 2012 06:24 am (UTC)
I now understand, Jose. What would I do without my walking Encyclopedia! It's spooky how intelligent you are.
stevie_stever
Feb. 14th, 2012 07:40 am (UTC)
Yeah, those are some pretty loathsome comments.
playgirl
Feb. 15th, 2012 06:21 am (UTC)
Those idiots won't be able to escape Karma. I'd hate to be in their shoes when it hits them right in the butt!
nishar
Feb. 14th, 2012 02:31 pm (UTC)
Sad to see she got this sick. I have seen a few people i care about get drug fucked. I haven't lost any of them yet. But I Know it's just a matter of time. You can see it coming but there really isn't anything you can do to help drug addicts. They have to want to get better to get better. I am with you on not making drugs legal.
playgirl
Feb. 15th, 2012 06:18 am (UTC)
Drugs are Satan's perfect weapons for destroying so many lives. It's hard for me to believe they want to legalize marijuana.
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playgirl
Feb. 16th, 2012 03:52 am (UTC)
I just read comments left in Yahoo's OMG! about a picture of Angelina Jolie. Everyone there left ugly, nasty comments about the appearance of the most beautiful woman in the world. How I wish those who commented would leave a pic of themselves. Bet they're uglier than sin both on the outside and inside!

But to say the most horrible things about a woman losing her life is inexcusable, and unforgivable!

I myself, who is a nobody, use to have a graffiti chart in my LJ info page. I had to take it down because the maggots started leaving some very ugly comments about me. I'd erase it, and the maggots would start again. Since there was no way to find out who these maggots were, I had to take it down. One thing for sure, these COWAREDLY maggots wouldn't DARE say those thing to me in person. There's nothing more DISGUSTING than COWARDS!

Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me, and I'm sorry I went on a major rant! :o)
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