Who was whitney houston dating when she died

06 Sep

Kim Kardashian's ex Ray J was friends with Stacy for years before they were involved in an unfortunate row with Whitney at a pre-Grammy Awards party. Whitney didn't understand that relationship.""When Whitney Houston's sister Pat went on the Oprah show and said I was stalking Whitney Houston in the club, I was not! So, we talked briefly about it and I told her how I felt. I just had to talk about it for a minute, but I don't like to get emotional.

Whitney, who had grown close to Ray and was thought by some to be dating the rapper, came backstage after performing to find him chatting to Stacy. We were all standing there talking and having a good time, [Ray] knows that, he knows the events of the whole night.

In the most recent episode of the UK reality series, Francis, who allegedly had a public falling-out with Whitney prior to her death, brought up the events from 2012.

Ray J then went on to make an admission in the Diary Room confessional, saying, Stacy and I, we had a conversation about what happened with Whitney Houston before she passed.

She released seven studio albums and two soundtrack albums, all of which have diamond, multi-platinum, platinum, or gold certification.Stacy has now seemed to confirm that story, claiming Whitney had the wrong end of the stick: "We were in a club - at a Grammy party - and [Whitney] didn't understand my relationship with Ray. He's a friend and I've known his sister and love his sister (Brandy). He never said, 'This is a friend of my family'," she said earlier this week."I've known Ray and his family over 15 years; he never came to bat for me. I wish he had the heart to say, 'She wasn't stalking Whitney in the club, she's a friend'. I lost everything." "It's something that nobody can explain," Ray J said to Stacy. While modeling, she continued her burgeoning recording career by working with producers Michael Beinhorn, Bill Laswell and Martin Bisi on an album they were spearheading called One Down, which was credited to the group Material.For that project, Houston contributed the ballad "Memories", a cover of a song by Hugh Hopper of Soft Machine.