Let’s face it. The world we live in today is more invasive than ever before and people’s most private, sensitive moments have become public fodder. Case in point: a picture of Whitney Houston in her casket at her funeral.
Right or wrong, the National Enquirer published this photo on the front page of their publication and people are snatching them up at every grocery store line in America. So who is to blame for this photo becoming public?
Many say the National Enquirer is at fault but they shouldn’t shoulder the responsibility. The person who took the photo and sold it to the Enquirer should be the one catching hell from Whitney Houston’s family, friends and the public. Security at the funeral should take some blame as well by allowing someone to slip inside with a camera.
With that said, society’s curiosity and natural urge to stick their nose in other people’s business has reached a fever-pitch. Here is a test for those who read this post. The link below will show the picture of Houston in her casket. Can you resist the urge not to look?