Found February 24, 2012 on
Criticism continues to mount over the National Enquirer's decision to run a photo of Whitney Houston in her coffin on its cover, but the publisher of the tabloid says she thinks the image is a work of art. "I thought it was beautiful," publisher Mary Beth Wright told www.foxnews.com Thursday.
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Calling Whitney Houston a “crack ho” got two radio dj’s suspended, so calling the deceased songstress the N-word isn’t going to be received favorably by most. An Illinois man was suspended from his duties as president of a youth baseball organization on Monday after calling Whitney Houston the N-word on his Facebook page.
John Kelly wrote the following on his Facebook:
The National Enquirer grabbed pics of Whitney Houston in her casket for their latest issue (above). Really not that much difference from their previous issue (below).
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The Queen of Soul has had enough. Aretha Frankli n, upset about the "irresponsible and inaccurate" reporting following Whitney Houston's funeral Saturday, says media outlets like "Extra" and the New York Post "are more interested in sensationalism and negative speculations than the truth."
An Illinois youth baseball president is suspended after posting a racist Facebook rant about Whitney Houston.