National Enquirer shocks the readers – Photo of Whitney Houston in her casket.

National Enquirer Whitney Houston Casket

National Enquirer Whitney Houston Casket

The National Enquirer was actually under fire by Whitney Houston fans when it published an unauthorized photo of Whitney Houston lying in her coffin and of what they called “Whitney: Last Photo” and  followed by sub headlines promising to take tabloid readers inside her private viewing. Additionally, it claims that she was buried in $500,000 worth of jewelry, was wearing her favorite purple dress and was laid to rest with gold slippers on her feet. (I hope the coffin thiefs didn’t got the chance to read National Enquirer.. else, T_T)

It is possible that someone close to  Whitney Houston was the one who took and leak the picture. But in my personal opinion, I think the tabloid has gone too far this time and didn’t even respect Whitneys Funeral. Of course,  we can not totally blame National Enquirer because they are in the business of selling magazines and putting Whitney  Houston in a casket is sure to sell.  I’m sure the National Enquirer paid a huge amount of money to whoever sold them that photo and that someone was pretty sure invited into Whitney’s funeral.  This is what happens when a “private” funeral is actually a media event with TVs set up outside so the fans/looky loos can watch.

Authorized or Unauthorized? That sets a stage for an investigation into who took advantage of Whitney Houston’s tragic death, and her grieving family just to make a little money. Or, perhaps, a lot of money. Sometimes, bothers to know there are actuall people today who so desperately need to know the gory and or private details of someone else’s life.