Ray J was talking to Stacy in the club while Whitney performed, and when the I Will Always Love You singer finished her set, she was furious to see her boyfriend chatting up another woman. The source said that Ray J explained Stacy was a "longtime family friend", before Stacy said: "Whitney, I love you baby. Calm down, you’re causing a scene." It was alleged that Houston then shoved her friend in the forehead, with Stacy pushing her back, forcing others to intervene.
The American singer said she was famous for appearing on The X Factor USA and having a fight with Whitney Houston before her death.
But the reasons behind the row with the iconic songstress are what makes Stacy's signing seriously juicy.
The songbirds came together for an “ultrasecret affair” in the bizarre but regal splendor of his Neverland ranch in California in 1991, according to martial arts master Matt Fiddes, who was Jackson’s protector and confidant for 11 years.
“Whitney practically moved into Michael’s ranch — and they had a fling like any other young couple,” according to the sensational account Fiddes provided to British tabloid The Sun.
Stacy is believed to have been romantically involved with fellow CBB housemate Ray J at the same time that he was seeing Whitney.
According to reports at the time, Francis was at a Hollywood nightclub at the same time as Whitney and Ray J in February 2012.
“And they instantly connected as kindred spirits because they understood each other’s massive fame.” The affair lasted only two weeks, and to Jackson’s horror, she broke it off, and in 1992, married misbehaving R&B singer Bobby Brown.
Fiddes also regaled The Sun with troubling revelations that could transform the world’s view of Jackson if verified: He was an anti-Semitic Nazi sympathizer.
“He told me that when somebody ‘drops’ — which seems to be a term for an OD — there are all kinds of ways to revive them.
‘I’ve never seen it done in a bath,’ he said to me, ‘but I sort of helped bring somebody around with a cold shower.
According to Ammons, the elder Houston told him, “We’ve got to do something about that motherf–king b—h.