Ray has also insisted that although several media outlets offered him millions to reveal secrets of the music icon’s death, he turned down every single proposal.
He said, “I had so many people calling me offering millions of dollars to have an interview; I was like I don’t need the money, it’s not good money. My karma would be bad.” After being approached by Stacey on Thursday night’s episode, all Ray could say was, “Nobody can explain, it’s all my fault. It’s all my fault.” Stacey reassured Ray that it wasn’t his fault but later admitted to a housemate that she wished Ray J just could’ve stood up for the singer at the time she was thrown to the media wolves.
She tells Big Brother: "I just felt it was really unfair. "I want a real talk with him; I need a heart to heart with him. I'm upbeat, not the least bit entertaining." Stacy is left in tears in tonight's episode as she deals with being picked by the housemates, including Heidi Montag, Nicola Mc Lean and Austin Armacost.
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Although five years have passed, Ray expressed that he still feels guilt speaking to singer Stacey Francis.
In the most recent episode of the UK reality series, Francis, who allegedly had a public falling-out with Whitney prior to her death, brought up the events from 2012.
Drew Pinksy that she witnessed Ray (real name William Ray Norwood Jr.) leaving the "So Emotional" singer's hotel room "hiding his head" on the day she died."Why is he hiding his face? The musician's lawyer has urged media outlets "not to republish these defamatory stories" and warned of legal action should they proceed to do so without verifying the truth.
He's always trying to show his face when he's with Whitney. Houston's official cause of death, released yesterday by the Los Angeles County Coroner, reveals that the 48-year-old songstress died as the result of accidental drowning and the combined effects of atherosclerotic heart disease and cocaine.