TNA Stars React To Death Of Whitney Houston

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As news of the death of pop singing icon Whitney Houston spread last night, the stars of TNA Impact Wrestling reacted to the news via their Twitter accounts. Below is a sampling of their reactions:

Karen Jarrett, “#DearWhitney our prayers go out to her friends and family.”

Sting, (In response to a fan noting Twitter doesn’t blow up at the loss of a soldier like it does for a celebrity) “Thx 4 sharing… & keeping things in perspective! RT @Smakdaddy422: Whitney Houston Died Today.So Did 1st Sgt Billy A Sutton #RIPBILLYSUTTON”

The Pope, “OMGGGGGGGG!!!!! I Can’t Believe This….My second Favorite Singer (after MJ) is Dead…..I can’t believe this. RIP Whitney Houston~ PHS”

Gail Kim, “RIP Whitney Houston…what surprising and sad news …”

Brooke Tessmacher, “O my gosh Whitney Houston died… RIP a true legend”

Velvet Sky, (in a retweet by American Idol) “Rest in peace, Whitney Houston. Your music has touched us all.”

Christy Hemme, “My heart breaks to hear about Whitney Houston… The voice of an angel, welcome to heaven sweetheart.”

Gunner, “I hear Whitney Houston passed! It’s sad news for sure! Not sure if it was drugs, she had a problem at once! Non the less, God be with her!”

Rosita, “WHAT?!!!!! ='( RIP!!! RT: “@howardfinkel: RIP Whitney Houston…”

Bob Ryder (TNA Director of Talent Booking), “RIP Whitney Houston. Saw Whitney Houston in concert many years ago. Amazing performance and one of the greatest voices ever. RIP Whitney.”

Mickie James, “Very saddened to hear of the passing of Whitney Houston… She is forever a legend in our hearts… “I will always love you”

Hulk Hogan, “I only met Whitney Houston twice,both times I was amazed how beautiful she was and she had this powerful energy that just pulled me in and put me in a trance,I remember it lasted for day after I meet her,she was very special,she’s done here ,she’s doing greater things now”

  • Anonymous

    What a shame. Always is a shame whenever I hear news like this. RIP.

    • William B. West

       When I was a kid she seemed like she would be the biggest singer ever. The interviews I saw of her over the last few years she definitely seemed troubled. Hopefully she found some peace along the way.