People want compensating for Whitney Houston’s death
WHEN Whitney Houston died, everyone was hit by it. The fans mourned. Pop fans were plain ol’ shocked. Everyone was annoyed that everyone was talking about her, suspicious that everyone was indulging in some grief tourism, suddenly Houston’s number one fan, now that she was dead.
However, there’s another group of people who feel particularly aggrieved by it all – those are the guests staying at the Beverly Hilton Hotel the day Whitney Houston died.
They say that their stay was a lesson in abject horror, made unbearable by the commotion that surrounded the singer’s death. Furthermore, they’re cheesed off because the hotel has done nothing to address their dissatisfaction. That’d be the dissatisfaction brought about by an unforeseeable, remarkable event.
Their lives were ‘made miserable’ by Houston’s death after the entire fourth floor was put on lockdown. TMZ report that guests couldn’t walk down a hallway without being hassled for their key cards by hotel security in a bid to prove that they were indeed guests of the hotel and not snooping hacks.
In addition to this, law enforcement agencies and EMS were charging around the hotel all weekend, creating an what has been described as an ‘intolerable ruckus’. Guests asked the hotel to refund their money but the hotel refused.
A rep for the Beverly Hilton says:
“Given the extraordinary nature of the events of last Saturday evening, The Beverly Hilton took every precaution to protect the privacy of the Houston Family as well as the hotel guests who may have been impacted by the incident.”
“The hotel cooperated fully with the Beverly Hills police which included securing the fourth floor to insure the safety and well-being of all guests … and regrets any inconvenience that may have occurred in the immediate aftermath of Saturday’s events.”
This is clearly all Whitney Houston’s fault.