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Cissy Houston Sets Beyonce Knowles Straight On Claims Whitney Houston Lip Synced The National Anthem

January 30. 2013

Cissy Houston and Whitney Houston

As many of you know, singer Beyonce Knowles is embroiled in controversy over lip-syncing the national anthem at President Barack Obama's historic second inauguration this month, bringing scandal to what was a big day for Democrats. Of all the celebrities who clearly missed the point and ironically lept to Knowles' defense, as being the first person to ever do such a thing in history, her former bandmate, Michelle Williams, crossed the line and angered legendary singer, Cissy Houston, mother of Whitney Houston.

In an attempt to diminish the severity of Knowles' foolish faux pas, Williams stated Whitney Houston lip-synced the U.S. national anthem at the Olympics. Cissy Houston set the record straight today stating her daughter did not lip-sync the anthem. Houston stated Whitney did not like lip-syncing. When you can sing like that, why would you.

Beyonce Knowles and Tina Knowles (Photo Credit: INF)

The problem is Knowles' ego and those around her telling her every wrong thing she does is right. Houston's historic performance was the best rendition of the U.S. national anthem ever. Beyonce tried touching Houston's version before at a past Super Bowl and failed, with her voice thinning out. So, she decided to cheat by recording and lip-syncing a studio adjusted version, which is deceitful.

That's right, when you try to sing like Whitney, you will mess around and hurt yourself. It annoys me when certain newer singers of the past decade, who are on the charts, claim they are of the same caliber as artists such as Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Elvis And Bob Marley - when none of them are. It's completely delusional.

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