The Jaguar roars and roars again. In case you missed it, the “Divorcing Neo to Marry Soul” recording artist went on a tea-spilling, jaw-dropping tirade on the music industry and her past collaborators. She had damning revelations about Jill Scott, The Roots, Common, Talib Kweli, and Erykah Badu.
Last week, Jaguar Wright caused another stir by alleging universally beloved, singer-actress Mary J. Blige was ‘closeted’ in an expletive-laced rant on social media and didn’t recant when pressed by doubters, either.
Now, in an interview YouTuber Storm Monroe, Ms. Wright drops a load about the macabre events around Whitney Houston’s untimely demise. She asserts that Ray J knowingly left Houston in hotel room prior to the arrival of a ‘dealer’ who was summoned just after her spending time working on substance abuse recovery in a rehab facility.
Jaguar noted the bizarre callousness of those present at the hotel that night, “These are narcissistic people. You would have to be narcissistic to know Whitney Houston was dead in the next room and you’re having the party anyway!” “And Clive says, ‘Whitney would’ve wanted us to party on anyway!’”
There’s only one Clive, right? Clive Davis, music mogul, founder of Arista Records, J Records and former president of Columbia records. Artists recording under him include, Janis Joplin, Aerosmith, Billy Joel, Pink Floyd, Chicago, Earth, Wind & Fire, Alicia Keys, Santana, Aretha Franklin and of course, Whitney Houston.
She continued on Clive, “I’m never gonna be okay with the fact that Clive Davis had a meeting with that godson of Whitney’s that was married to Bobbi Kristina a week before she [passed] in the tub – the same way her momma did…that’s too much of a coincidence.” Jaguar added, “Clive Davis, unfortunately, is a necessary evil.”
While Ms. Wright may have some credibility issues and have the reputation of having a mercurial personality, the astonishing similarities of Whitney and daughter Bobbi Kristina’s demise beckon for further inquiry. Both passed from complications from substances in a bathtub: Whitney, in the Beverly Hotel; Bobbi Kristina, in her Alpharetta, GA home.
Intoxication, albeit from different substances, resulted in unconsciousness and drowning. (It should be noted that however, that Bobbi Kristina, did survive in a comatose state for an additional six months.) Nick Gordon, the “godson of Whitney” that Jaguar referenced was found responsible for the incident and himself perished from overuse of substances in January of this year.
Jaguar provided a potential motive that could explain the departures of all three, “…last person who would’ve known everything that would’ve been in that tell-all book that Whitney was writing about Clive..” Continuing, “She was done singing. She was gonna write a book, do a movie.”