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Legendary Artist ‘Dionne Warwick’ Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

Five (5) time Grammy award winning music legend and recent recipient of Grammy’s highest honors – the Lifetime Achievement award, Ms. Dionne Warwick.

She is ranked among the 41 biggest hit makers of the entire rock era, based on Billboard’s Hot 100 Pop Singles Charts. Recent recipient of the Grammy’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In celebration of Black History Month we honor Ms. Warwick on her lifetime achievements.

Join host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah” as she’ll sit down in our studios with the legendary artist Dionne Warwick to discuss her new CD and greatest accomplishments.

We hope to meet you on the air!!

Please note: Ms. Warwick’s publicist has stressed, that all questions in this interview remain strictly to her new CD and lifetime achievement. 

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Shocking Claim: Whitney Houston Was Molested by Her Cousin, Dee Dee Warwick

Friends of Whitney Houston — who are peddling a documentary film on her life — claim Whitney was molested by Dionne Warwick’s sister, singer Dee Dee Warwick.

Dee Dee is not around to defend herself; she died in 2008 at age 63 following a long illness.

Dee Dee is Whitney’s cousin and the younger sister of pop legend Dionne Warwick, the family member who had the most influence on Whitney’s music career.

The documentary “Whitney” premiered at Cannes film festival on Wednesday night and the filmmakers waited until the end of the film to drop the shocking claim that the legendary singer was molested by her cousin at a young age.

Mary Jones, a longtime assistant to Houston, revealed in the documentary that Whitney told her Warwick had molested her.

“It made her question her sexual preference,” Jones told Entertainment Weekly.

In her 2013 book, “Remembering Whitney”, Cissy Houston, gospel singer and Whitney’s mother, makes no mention of molestation claims.

“I think she was ashamed,” Jones said of why Whitney never told her mother. “If Cissy had known, she would have done something about it, because Cissy loves her children.”

Whitney died of an accidental drowning at age 48 on Feb. 11, 2012 in a Beverly Hills hotel bathtub.

Her pop single “I Will Always Love You” is the fifth best-selling single in the world with certified sales of 20 million.