Target Yanks Controversial Whitney Houston Card from Shelves

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Oops! Target's bad!

The company has issued a statement and taken steps to rectify an embarrassing situation that stems from a greeting card (below) that's been sitting on its shelves for the past few months and which reads:

Next time you think of dating the bad boy, consider Whitney Houston.

Whitney Houston Card

"The card was in our stores prior to Ms. Houston’s death. As soon as this was brought to our attention, we began the process of removing the card from all applicable stores," the chain told TMZ in response to the controversy.

Somewhere, Bobby Brown is stewing that this card even exists - and then thinking of a way to profit himself off it.

Is this the right move? Should Target take away the cards?

 

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People need to stop blaming Bobby Brown for Whitney’s poor decisions. Some people prefer to let others think they’re being controlled so they can blame someone else and not accept responsibility for their actions. Whitney was not that kind of person so why do others what to blame Bobby for everything? The card should simply say: Next time you think of dating a bad boy: consider the consequences.