Pat Houston Says Whitney Houston Struggled With Being Judged

Pat Houston Says Whitney Houston Struggled With Being Judged

 

Clive Davis and Pat Houston Present 'Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances' Special On SiriusXM's Heart & Soul Channel

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Pat also revealed Whitney struggled with the public’s judgment of her. “She was like a little girl. I said Whitney, ‘Only God can judge you at the appointed time.’”

Watch the clip, below:

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