Do You Believe Her?? Whitney Houston Denies Those “Broke As A Joke” Rumors…Says She’s Still Getting Checks!!

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Whitney Houston is not happy about these stupid people talking yang yang about her finances:

Whitney Houston’s representatives have denied claims she is ”flat broke” claiming she was just paid to do a new movie. Whitney Houston has denied claims she is penniless after spending $100 million. The troubled star’s representative has told CNN rumours her fortune is “gone” and she is “flat broke” are preposterous because she has just made a movie.

The spokesperson said: “It’s totally false and ridiculous. She just made a movie with Jordin Sparks – ‘Sparkle’. “People get paid to make movies. She’s not broke.”

Earlier this week it was claimed Whitney – who has overcome crack cocaine addiction in the past – may end up homeless because of her lack of funds. A source said: “Whitney’s fortune is gone. Music industry heavy hitters are supporting her and her label is fronting her cash against her next album, but no one knows when that will be released … She might be homeless if not for people saving her. She is broke as a joke.”

She might be getting a check from Sparkle and all, but that still doesn’t mean that she didn’t run through 100 Milli!!

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