Speculation about Whitney Houston’s sexuality is revisited in a new documentary about the mythological singer.
“Whitney: Can we Be Me,” which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival Wednesday night, called into doubt Houston’s attribute with her best crony and partner Robyn Crawford.
“I don’t consider she was gay, we consider she was bisexual,” stylist Ellin Lavar pronounced in the movie, according to People.
“Robyn supposing a protected place for her … in that Whitney found reserve and solace.”
The two, who met in East Orange, N.J., as teenagers, were theme of rumors for years, even during Houston’s matrimony to Bobby Brown.
“Robyn and Whitney were like twins,” confidence crew Kevin Ammons pronounced in the movie.
“They were inseparable. They had a bond and Bobby Brown could never mislay Robyn. He wanted to be the man in the relationship.”
Former bodyguard David Roberts pronounced Brown and Crawford would “battle for her affections,” until Crawford finally left after the 1999 “My Love Is Your Love” universe tour.
“That was the rain of Whitney. Robyn was the person who was gripping her together,” Lavar said, according to People.
The conjecture comes but the capitulation of Houston’s family: Brown, Crawford and mom Cissy refused to attend in the movie.
Her estate even tried to have the documentary close down, filmmaker Nick Broomfield told the Hollywood Reporter.
Her brothers and Brown’s sister, Tina, are partial of the film.
Houston was found unconscious in a bathtub on Feb 11, 2012, and was announced passed at the stage shortly after.
The death was ruled an accident, but a toxicology report showed cocaine, pot and medication drugs in her system.
“Whitney: Can we Be Me” will premiere on Showtime in august.