In the wake of Whitney Houston's death, Kim and John banter about the way that some stars are surrounded by people who don't have their well-being forefront in their minds. They cite an article in the Hollywood Reporter in which Houston's long-time mentor, Clive Davis is accused of looking the other way when it came to the singer's troubles. They refer to other examples of how Hollywood can be more concerned with the financial or professional value of an artist while their emotional or physical health are only slightly considered. Michael Jackson and Charlie Sheen are also discussed.
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