Ray J Speaks On Whitney Houston’s Death
Ray J opened up about the loss of Whitney Houston in a recent press conference. It’s been almost a month since one of the greatest singers to ever live passed away. Although, it was a great loss to the world, it didn’t affect any of us the way it did Whitney Houston’s loved ones.
Being that Ray J was a close friend, possibly lover, of Houston, he’s definitely not taking the sudden death easy. Not too long after the superstar passed away, Ray J released a statement about how he was affected by it all. At Houston’s funeral, everyone witnessed Ray-J breaking down as they carried her casket out of the church.
Now, Ray-J is finally speaking out about the loss. The media caught up to him at a charity event for the Brotherhood Crusade. Take a look at what he had to say:
“I know why a few of you came out, so I’ll address the issue, as respectable as I can. I really miss my friend. You know, I really do. I’m still hurting. I just want to say um like Whitney, I love giving back to the kids. I love helping my community. I’ve been a part of the Brotherhood Crusade, and working with them since I was 16 years old.
It’s just such a tough time for me. I’ve been through a lot in these past two weeks. I’m able to look at life in a whole different way. I always look at my phone, cause I got a picture of um…..I got a picture of somebody that I really love, and it helps me through the day. This is all new for me. I’m really emotional right now. I really don’t know really what to say. But what I will say is that…I love…and I’m hurt…”
“I want to thank my mom, my dad, and my whole family for supporting me through these times…What I will say though, that is the most important thing to me of all, is that God is talking to me, God is talking to me right now. And now is the time for me to listen, so my ears are open.”
Hmm sounds like Ray-J is saying that through this unfortunate death, God is showing him that he needs to get his own life together, and stop his rumored drug habit….interesting. Just my take on it. I wish him the best.