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Coroner Says Whitney Houston Died From Drowning, But Cocaine And Heart Disease Contributed

Whitney always said she was her own worst enemy.  Sad that it could've been prevented had she been able to take control of her vices.  You'd hope it would send a message to young stars who are on this path, but history has proven otherwise.

 
Whitney Houston died from drowning in a hotel bathtub, but coroner's officials said Thursday that heart disease and chronic cocaine use were contributing factors to the singer's death.

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LeAnn Rimes’ Emotional Tribute To Whitney Houston

I have no idea how a singer can cry, then sing.  I can't even talk after I cry because my nose is so plugged!  I can't even sing, because the music moves me to tears, THEN my nose plugs up.  I grew up loving Whitney Houston's music and apparently she was a mentor to many.  Here is LeAnn Rimes' tribute to Whitney, how  she gets through it, I'll never know.

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Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
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Whitney Houston’s Album Sales Surge: Who Benefits From Her Death?

Unfortunately for Whitney's family, she didn't take part in writing any of her songs.

 
Fans of Whitney Houston opened their wallets to express their sadness over the 48-year-old's sudden death last Saturday at the Beverly Hills Hilton. "Whitney: The Greatest Hits" album sold 64,000 copies in just 24 hours after news of Houston's death became viral, and more than

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