AceShowbiz - Robyn Crawford stopped by "The Wendy Williams Show" on Monday, November 11 to promote her new memoir "A Song For You: My Life with Whitney Houston". During the appearance, the 58-year-old shocked Wendy when she told the host that the late singer was so mad at her that she once planned to confront her over the expletive-filled 2003 radio interview.
During the latest episode of her daytime talk show, Wendy said to Robyn that she actually never met the singer, who died in 2012 at the age of 48. "I've never met Whitney, I had never met her," Wendy said, to which Robyn responded, "You act like, you talk like you did."
Insisting that was what she did, Wendy explained that she spoke with music icon only once for the infamous interview. "I've only seen her in concert once and that was at the Beacon Theater in Boston when I was a burgeoning radio star in college radio. … I've only talked to her once, and that was on the radio. And that was that interview," she shared.
Robyn then said that she heard the interview after she "got a call from my former assistant." Of the controversial interview, Robyn said, "That was the cumulative, fed up Whitney Houston that I heard."
She went on saying that was because Wendy "had been talking about Whitney and myself for so long," referring to rumors that she and Witney were in a romantic relationship. Robyn confirmed the rumors on her new book.
"We're in the car, you're talking like you lived with us, like you're roommates with us," Robyn continued recalling. "We're in the car, sitting still and Whitney would say, 'Who the… who is she? Who is this woman? I don't even know what she looks like,' " she added.
"We were gonna… We didn't know what you looked like and our plan was to go down to Hudson Street … and wait for you right outside," Robyn revealed, much to Wendy's surprise. "We weren't gonna fight, we just wanted to see you face-to-face and have a chat."
Despite that, Wendy admitted that she felt "frightened." Breathing a huge sigh of relief, the 55-year-old quipped, "OMG, I dodged that bullet."