Drugs... It's so sad. She sang (in my opinion) one of the best National Anthems ever. It's funny how when the vast majority of people become "big shots", the first thing they do is buy drugs, do illegal things, and piss away their talent for nothing.
I am 27a and have taking a lot of Xanax while on methadone I goto a clinic and drank tons of alcohol And I don't no how I'm alive I have misses to days of my Xanax n had a severe sezure. Ive died twice n soothing kept me here for a reason because my 4son year old that I watch 5 days a week or more mother not dependable but I no those combinations are leather my bodies just must have a high tolerance ive been clean for a while still on Xanax 1mg 3 times a day. But the only reason I'm writing is because wat jack said about a fallen soldier I never served but I love the military and always give my respect to them and also my 4 year old son will give them high 5.. most of them are 18 and early 20s and there show on wat local news and that's only if they lived in that state they are true American heroes and should be recognized like a celebrity and make more than a dam celebrity they come back damaged for life or don't even come back but when they do it sad to see them homeless or working minimum wage jobs when they should be set for life...now think about that
Houston was seen drinking, & her family has put out a statement that she WAS taking Xanax for anxiety. Booze & any downer type meds are bad news when mixed because they depress your central nervous system, including your ability to breathe. Add to that a hot bath that INCREASES the body's absorption of the meds/booze plus a body worn out by years of drug use and there ya go. Maybe we should quit making it all about HOW she died. Her Xanax was a legal prescription, and drinking is NOT illegal unless you're underaged. As a matter of fact, alcohol is by far the drug of choice in today's society-& yes, it IS a drug! So we have to expect these deaths to happen, whether you're a homeless alcoholic or a superstar. Plus its all about free will-if someone wants to do something that's perfectly legal, such as mixing booze & prescription meds, that is their absolute RIGHT! How about we just celebrate the fact that we had her & celebrate that GLORIOUS voice, & forget how she died.