Osama bin Laden Planned to Murder Bobby Brown to Marry Whitney Houston According to Former Sex Slave & Author
Osama bin Laden is back in the news as of Saturday in an audio tape aired on Al Jazeera claiming responsibility for the failed Christmas day bombing attempt of Northwest Airlines Flight 253.
Since every other publication is carrying this news, we wanted to offer up this other scandalous story.
Osama bin Laden is infatuated with Whitney Houston and had planned to murder her then-husband Bobby Brown according to claims by bin Laden’s former sex slave.
Sudanese poet and author Kola Boof recently published Diary of a Lost Girl claiming she was bin Laden’s sex slave for four months a decade ago, and he was infatuated with Whitney.
“He told me Whitney Houston was the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen,” Boof writes in her book.
“Osama kept coming back to Whitney Houston.
“He asked if I knew her personally when I lived in America. I told him I didn’t.
“He said that he had a paramount desire for Whitney Houston, and although he claimed music was evil he spoke of someday spending vast amounts of money to go to America and try to arrange a meeting with the superstar.
“It didn’t seem impossible to me. He said he wanted to give Whitney Houston a mansion that he owned in a suburb of Khartoum.
“…he would be willing to break his color rule and make her one of his wives.
“Whitney Houston’s name was the one that would be mention constantly – how beautiful she was, what a nice smile she has, how truly Islamic she is but is just brainwashed by American culture and by her husband Bobby Brown, whom Osama talked about having killed, as if it were normal to have women’s husbands killed.”
Whitney, it seems Mariah Carey’s new song “Obsessed” was meant for you to sing.
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