A term coined by Whitney Houston in an interview by Barbara Walters. Whitney Houston was denying her drug addiction by citing the simple fact that she can afford to do BETTER drugs.
"First of all, let's get one thing straight. Crack is cheap. I make too much money to ever smoke crack. Let's get that straight. Okay? We don't do crack. We don't do that. Crack is whack." Whitney Houston
by Joe Monty October 09, 2006
The interview was with Diane Sawyer on Primetime, not Barbara Walters. Please correct.
The interview that included the phrase "crack is whack" was with Diane Sawyer on Primetime, not Barbara Walters. Please correct.
by Joseph Brant August 20, 2007
Keith Haring popularized this phrase in a billboard in the late 1980s not Whitney HOuston in 2002. But is he the origin of this phrase?
Keith Haring billboard read "Crack is Whack"
by Dar- January 14, 2008
A term coined by Whitney Houston in an interview by Barbara Walters. Whitney Houston was denying her drug addiction by citing the simple fact that she can afford to do BETTER drugs.
"First of all, let's get one thing straight. Crack is cheap. I make too much money to ever smoke crack. Let's get that straight. Okay? We don't do crack. We don't do that. Crack is whack." Whitney Houston
by Joe Monty October 10, 2006

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