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21 Feb 2020
Violet Johnson return this week with the top four stories that made our week. Pastor Adeboye's Marriage Advice Stirs Controversy Again Olakunle Churchill Sues Tonto Dikeh For 500 Million Naira 'Whitney Houston' To Go On Tour 8 Years After Her Death Pop Smoke Shot Dead In US Home
12 Feb 2020
Whitney Houston was missing 11 teeth at the time of her 2012 death, as well as having "sparse" eyebrows, a wig sewn into her natural hair, and an artery that was 60 percent blocked.
3 Oct 2017
Whitney Houston’s drug problems, bisexuality and bringing Hip-hop to mainstream audiences are featured in new documentary ‘Clive Davis: The Soundtrack To Our Lives’.

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