Probably the most placing components of Kevin Macdonald’s Whitney Houston documentary, “Whitney: Can I Be Me,” is the montage of clips by which the troubled singer and her then-husband Bobby Brown are proven being ridiculed by varied sketch exhibits. And, in fact, “Saturday Night time Stay” was a perpetrator.
In 2001, Maya Rudolph depicted the “My Love Is Your Love” singer, whereas Tracy Morgan took on her former New Version pin-up different half. And it is truthful to say that their impressions, which leaned closely on the pair’s rumored drug use, weren’t precisely flattering. Little marvel, then, that even almost 20 years on, Brown nonetheless has beef with the pair.
“It was hateful,” the “Do not Be Merciless” singer informed Atlanta Black Star in 2022, referring to the “SNL” skit. “Individuals do some hateful issues, however you simply have to reveal and buckle down and be capable of settle for the great with the dangerous.” Brown was much more scathing of the therapy that they obtained by the hands of rival present “Mad TV,” admitting that on the time, he and Houston wished to confront the comedians in query straight.