American singer and occasional actress Whitney Houston has died at the age of 48. In her moment of glory, the 80′s and 90′s, she sold over 170 million albums and starred in box office smash The Bodyguard with Kevin Costner. However, after the 90′s her success and her life went downhill, fast. Whitney Houston started making headlines for her drug use, domestic abuse, drink problem and general bat sh*t craziness instead of her singing. She’s tried to make a come back several times, but she never really hit the high notes like she did in her glory years. It’s sad to see someone with all her talent, money and fame go the way she did, but the world will keep on turning and there are worse things to worry about, like people dying in Syria for a slice of freedom.

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Singer Whitney Houston performs in concert at Wembley Stadium in London in this May 5, 1988 file photo. Singer and actress Whitney Houston, winner of six Grammy Awards including record of the year for I Will Always Love You and album of the year for The Bodyguard, has died at age 48, a spokeswoman for the singer said on February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Peter Skingley/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Whitney Houston smiles at a news conference in New York in this July 11, 1988 file photo. Singer and actress Whitney Houston, a winner of six Grammy Awards including record of the year for I Will Always Love You and album of the year for The Bodyguard, has died at age 48, a spokeswoman for the singer said on February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Peterson/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Whitney Houston poses with her Grammy after she was named Best Pop Vocal Performer - Female at the 30th annual Grammy Awards at New York's Radio City Music Hall in this March 2, 1988 file photo. Singer and actress Whitney Houston, winner of six Grammy Awards including record of the year for I Will Always Love You and album of the year for The Bodyguard, has died at age 48, a spokeswoman for the singer said on February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Mark Peterson

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner are shown in a scene from their 1992 film The Bodyguard in this undated publicity photograph released to Reuters February 11, 2012. Houston, whose soaring voice lifted her to the top of the pop music world but whose personal decline was fueled by decades of drug use, died on Saturday in a Beverly Hills hotel room. She was 48. REUTERS/Courtesy Warner Home Video Copyright 2004/Handout

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Whitney Houston performs before winning for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the 42nd annual Grammy Awards, in this file photo taken February 23, 2000. Houston has died, according to her publicist on February 11, 2012. She was 48. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Singer Whitney Houston gestures at the Clive Davis pre-Grammy party in Beverly Hills, California, in this file photo taken February 9, 2008. Houston has died, according to her publicist on February 11, 2012. She was 48. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Singer Whitney Houston performs the song Try It On My Own during the VH1 Divas Duets concert at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, in this file photo taken May 22, 2003. Houston has died, according to her publicist on February 11, 2012. She was 48. REUTERS/Ethan Miller/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Whitney Houston performs at the Pre-Grammy Gala & Salute to Industry Icons in this file photo taken in Beverly Hills, February 12, 2011. Houston has died, according to her publicist on February 11, 2012. She was 48. REUTERS/Phil McCarten/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Whitney Houston attends the Pre-Grammy Gala & Salute to Industry Icons in Beverly Hills, California, in this file photo taken February 12, 2011. Houston has died, according to her publicist on February 11, 2012. She was 48. REUTERS/Phil McCarten/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Singer Whitney Houston looks on on the German TV game show Wetten Dass in Freiburg, in this file photo taken October 3, 2009. Houston has died, according to her publicist on February 11, 2012. She was 48. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

American pop diva Whitney Houston emerges from the waters of the River Jordan near the Sea of Galilee during a Holy Land pilgrimage, in this file photo taken May 29, 2003. Singer and actress Whitney Houston, a winner of six Grammy Awards including record of the year for I Will Always Love You and album of the year for The Bodyguard, has died at age 48, a spokeswoman for the singer said. REUTERS/Ygal Levi/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

South African President Nelson Mandela and American pop star Whitney Houston smile for photographers in Johannesburg in this November 10, 1994 file photo. Singer and actress Whitney Houston, a winner of six Grammy Awards including record of the year for I Will Always Love You and album of the year for The Bodyguard, has died at age 48, a spokeswoman for the singer said on February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Singer and actress Whitney Houston (C) poses with her former husband, singer Bobby Brown (R) and their daughter Bobbi (L) at Disneyland in Anaheim, in this file photo taken August 7, 2004. Singer and actress Whitney Houston, a winner of six Grammy Awards including record of the year for I Will Always Love You and album of the year for The Bodyguard, has died at age 48, a spokeswoman for the singer said. REUTERS/Jim Ryumen/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (R) meets with U.S. singer Whitney Houston and her former husband Bobby Brown in Jerusalem, in this file photo taken May 27, 2003. Houston was in Israel with her husband, rhythm and blues singer Brown, to visit friends and family among the Black Hebrews, an African-American community that moved to Israel in 1969 and settled in the southern town of Dimona. It's home. It's a friendship I've never had with any other country, Houston, dressed in a long red robe with white embroidery, told Sharon during their meeting. REUTERS/Gil Cohen/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Whitney Houston shows off the seven awards she won February 7 at the 21st American Music Awards, in this file photo taken February 8, 1994. Singer and actress Whitney Houston, a winner of six Grammy Awards including record of the year for I Will Always Love You and album of the year for The Bodyguard, has died at age 48, a spokeswoman for the singer said. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Music executive Clive Davis (R) pose with singers and cousins Dionne Warwick and Whitney Houston (2nd R) at the 15th annual Society of Singers ELLA Awards in Beverly Hills, in this file photo taken September 12, 2006. Houston, a winner of six Grammy Awards including record of the year for I Will Always Love You and album of the year for The Bodyguard, has died at age 48, a spokeswoman for the singer said. REUTERS/Fred Prouser/Files

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

In this photo provided by the Las Vegas News Bureau, Whitney Houston performs during the Billboard Awards at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in this December 7, 1998 handout publicity photograph. Houston has died, according to her publicist on February 11, 2012 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills, California. She was 48. REUTERS/Las Vegas News Bureau Archives/Handout

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

In this photo provided by the Las Vegas News Bureau, Whitney Houston performs during the Billboard Awards at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in this December 7, 1998 handout publicity photograph. Houston has died, according to her publicist on February 11, 2012 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills, California. She was 48, REUTERS/Darrin Bush/Las Vegas News Bureau Archives/Handout

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Singer and actress Whitney Houston portrays character Rachel Marron in a scene from her 1992 film The Bodyguard in this undated publicity photograph released to Reuters February 11, 2012. Houston, whose soaring voice lifted her to the top of the pop music world but whose personal decline was fueled by decades of drug use, died on Saturday in a Beverly Hills hotel room. She was 48. REUTERS/Courtesy Warner Home Video Copyright 2004/Handout

In Memoriam: Whitney Houston 1963 - 2012

Whitney Houston bows after performing I Didn't Know My Own Strength at the 2009 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California in this November 22, 2009 file photo. Grammy Award-winning singer and actress Whitney Houston has died at age 48, media reports said on February 11, 2012. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files