Whitney Houston's Female Best Friend Speaks About Their Secret Romance

Robyn Crawford and Whitney Houston

Her iconic music I Will Continuously Esteem You grew to change into primarily the most straightforward selling single by a girl in music history. Her best friend Robyn Crawford was in an interview where she revealed that she and Whitney Houston were together in a physical relationship.

"And then all of a sudden, we were face to face".

"Whitney told me her mother said it wasn't natural for two women to be that close", Crawford says, according to NBC. She is the author of a new book, she has a long-term partner and family, and she is speaking out about her relationship with Whitney for the first time.

"She said we shouldn't be physical anymore, because it would make our journey even more hard", Crawford says in the new book, adding that Houston gifted her with a Bible when she told her she was breaking off the physical side of their relationship.

'I really feel that if Robyn was accepted into Whitney's life, Whitney would still be alive today, ' he said'. Houston gifted Crawford a slate blue Bible and broke the news to her. Houston implied that they shouldn't indulge in a physical relationship anymore since it will only make their lives more hard.

Now Houston's best friend of 30 years, Robyn Crawford, has finally revealed all about their relationship. The book drops on Tuesday, November 12, and to promote its release, Crawford appeared on Dateline NBC to discuss some confessions she's made.

Vicious, filthy, unsubstantiated rumors have been swirling around for years that for a brief time in the early 1980s, Ms. Robyn Crawford and the very much deceased Houston were more than just friends.

Even though Murphy played games, he did call Whitney on the morning of July 18, 1992, the day of her wedding to singer Bobby Brown.

Despite being as close as they were, their physical intimacy came to a halt before Houston became a celebrity. But, Murphy "never showed up that night", Crawford explained, admitting it was a rejection which left Houston devastated. "That evening was the night that we touched and that just brought us closer". Her death, tragically like her mother's, was related to her drug use.

'I just felt that I wouldn't be losing much. "That was all she required, constantly, was her mom and now she was long gone". "I would hope that they had the mother-daughter conversation".

For more on Whitney Houston and Robyn Crawford, pick up a copy of this week's PEOPLE, on newsstands now.

Crawford (right) has chose to share her relationship with Houston (right) because, "I owe it to my friend to share her story, my story. Whitney was a handsome friend".



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