Ray J Beverly Hilton

February 13, 2012 by staff 

Ray J Beverly Hilton, Ray-J is reportedly upset over the legendary singer, Whitney Houston’s death at the age of 48 on Saturday afternoon (3:55 P.M.), February 11, 2012 in her room on the fourth floor of the Beverly Hilton hotel.

The death of pop icon Whitney Houston has suspected that she has drowned, after taking prescription drugs and having drank the entire day – Beverly Hills police Lieutenant Mark Rosen told reporters. Ray-J was even seen with Whitney just this past Thursday night, while out and about in West Hollywood.

Ray J was at his home when he got the call that Whitney Houston had passed away last night. According to the sources close to Ray J admits that he went straight to the Beverly Hilton to try and see Houston, as he had not been with Houston at all that day or the night before. It was told when he arrived their, the law enforcement turned him away just as they did Bobbi Kristina.

Whitney Houston’s daughter with Bobby Brown looks to have left others worried sick about her in the wake of the “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)” singer sudden passing. Family of Bobbi Kristina is considering to send her to rehab centre out of fear that the 18-year-old girl might be suicidal.

Ray J also tackled his relationship with Whitney Houston and her current state of well-being. A source tells that Kevin Frazier sat down with Ray J this week to talk about his new advice book, “Death of the Cheating Man.” In it, Ray J gives suggestion to women on how to get and keep a man. He also includes detailed reports about his past relationships.

Although he doesn’t name Kim Kardashian directly, Ray does discuss at length about an almost addictive relationship with a woman he calls “KK”, he even admits they would have sex anywhere, and called the relationship a roller-coaster ride of fun, emotions and betrayal.

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