Movie Trailer: ‘Whitney Houston – Can I Be Me’

Published: Saturday 20th May 2017 by David

Set to be slammed is the documentary ‘Can I Be Me’, a project which seeks to expose the ugly truth behind the late vocalist’s career.

Showtime will serve as the project’s home and will join its producers to share what they say is an accurate, and occasionally uncomfortable, look into Whitney’s rise to fame, her peak and untimely decline.

That isn’t all.

For, it will also barge its way into murmurs that the performer was once in a same-sex love affair.

Ready to see its trailer?

Your thoughts?

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  1. Gee May 20, 2017

    Can the world allow this woman to Rest In Peace whatever happened in her life should now be respected as she is no longer with us physically. She should be remembered through her gift not for anything else.

    • Renae Thames May 20, 2017

      I agree. I will always remember the Voice. Her passion to achieve the highest for African Americans women.

  2. GAVIN GAVALLI May 20, 2017

    It should be illegal to talk about the dead like this! I hate how people “white people” are trying to base this woman’s entire legacy on her being a lesbian ! AND MAY THE PEOPLE DIRESPECTING HER LEGACY BURN IN HELL!

    • Lmfao_Hoe May 20, 2017

      My sentiments exactly. I can careless about the other things. What should only be a topic in regards to her is her voice and the music alone. F*** those who are involved in this.

    • Suicide Blonde May 20, 2017

      White people?

  3. I HATE BLACK and WHITE B****** May 20, 2017

    Whitney’s mother would have to co-sign this documentary. Only she may know the truth

  4. Jeans May 20, 2017

    Sad how they doing Whit! But I will b watching and the ratings will be good. I’m in!

  5. AmbeRussell May 20, 2017

    I just wish all these people who care about making a movie about Whitney had the same amount of care for her in her time of need, ala the drugs and all the bad reports about her during the last album promotion. And all so in her final hours of life and when she died, canceling the pre Grammy party instead of dancing a few feet away from her dead body.

  6. JOHNVIDAL May 20, 2017

    That last sentence may be true. I ´m in shock everytinme someone tries to deny these HUGE artists had it harder in the past than now. Society was more closed minded and also, the standards for talent were crazy. Whitney, Michael and the likes felt or had to overdo and overdo themselves to crazy levels of quality. Would “kill” almost anyone.

  7. Suicide Blonde May 20, 2017

    I think every star of Whitney’s caliber is going to be “examined” by critics in every possible way, with books written about them, documentaries, films, etc, even more so after death, as bad as it might sound, this just increases the myth, it’s part of being an icon, Marilyn Monroe is probably the best example of this.

  8. Dev May 20, 2017

    I have the upmost respect (for the moment at least) for Robin. Throughout all of the rumours, speculation and salacious gossip she has stayed respectful and kept out of the public eye, if that isnt a loyal friend i don’t know what is

    • ugo May 21, 2017

      I pray God gives me a friend like that. I love Whitney,and all these mofos gon rot in hell.

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