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Whitney Houston talks about the men in her life -and the rumors, lies & insults (1/1) Makini: Whitney Houston talks about the men in her life - and the rumors, lies and insults that are the high price of fame - interview by Lynn Norment Ebony / May, 1991As Whitney Houston has painfully discovered, the price of fame is high. Since 1985, she has skyrocketed from an unknown church choir and backup singer to a bona fide superstar with 32 million record sales, three multiplatinum albums and nine consecutive No. But the acclaim, fame and wealth that have made Whitney Houston a household name have been laced with biting criticism, lies, insults and rumors.
One week the tabloids raise questions about her sexual preferences; the next week they say she is pregnant by Eddie Murphy, while the third week they report she is marrying star quarterback Randall Cunningham.
Yet, I've gotten flak about being a pop success, but that doesn't mean that I'm White.....
Pop music has never been all-White."It is a criticism that disturbs Whitney, but she is not bitter.
I don't want to get hurt; nobody does."Those who have lambasted Whitney for lacking rhythm and not dancing are in for a surprise when her nationwide concert tour begins this spring. Hitmakers Narada Michael Walden and Michael Masser also contribute their talents, as they did on the first two albums.
Her double-platinum I'm Your Baby Tonight album presents a harder-edged, more streetwise Whitney Houston, thanks to hit producers L. And so do her good friend Luther Vandross ("Who Do You Love") and her idol, Stevie Wonder, who writes, produces and joins her for the duet, "We Didn't Know."During performances on the Arsenio Hall Show and Saturday Night Live, Whitney was - as she says - "jamming," and that was just a preview."Yes, I can jam, but it ain't no big thing to me," she says after demonstrating her agile, rhythmic moves during rehearsals in Miami. People love me because I can sing, and that is what I concentrate on. I would rather sing than be able to do the |running man.' I don't take dancing very seriously.
" she says, pointing her slender index fingers inward for emphasis.