Whitney Houston’s tour has been off to a rough start. BOSSIP has learned the singer collapsed backstage after at least one show and has struggled through nearly every tour date thus far. Experts are now saying Houston’s hard living is catching up to her and she may have only a few years to live.
Regarding her performances in Seoul, Korea, one insider said:
“Onstage, Whitney was obviously exhausted. She struggled to hit high notes, sweated profusely, wheezed through her songs and tripped over her own feet.”
“Whitney walked backstage and folded over like a paper doll. She braced herself against a wall and screamed for water. In between labored breaths, she choked, ‘I don’t know if I can make it through all this.’”
“Family and friends constantly worry that the demands of performing and Whitney’s weakness for drugs could kill her. Everyone is praying she gets help before she winds up in an early grave.”
Patrick Wanis, Ph.D., a human behavior expert from Miami Beach, Fla., delivered a warning, saying:
“Whitney can’t escape the consequences of her past. I added up the stressors and other factors in her life and unless she starts taking care of herself both mentally and physically, she may have only five years to live.”
And Dr. Gabe Mirkin, a board-certified specialist in internal medicine, told The ENQUIRER that heavy alcohol use damages the liver and cocaine abuse “causes cardiovascular damage and sets victims up for heart attack or stroke… Continuing to abuse these substances can shorten Whitney’s lifespan by at least 25 years.”