Robyn Crawford continues to promote her book A Song For You: My Life with Whitney Houston. During an interview with Red Table Talk, Crawford revealed that she decided to write about her experiences with Whitney after Bobbi Kristina passed. She said that she "had great comfort in her silence but over the years she started to feel her silence shake" and felt the need to clear up some inaccuracies.

On her relationship with Whitney, she said, "Our friendship was deep. We were intimate on all levels. There was no shame in the physical moments that we shared. There was no shame. We werent hiding the physical aspect of our relationship but we knew that it was ours. It was ours. But Whitney's mom had a fever about our closeness. Whit was like I need Robyn here. Where I'm going, I need someone who knows me now."

She also revealed a time where Whitney got jealous when she thought she was sleeping with one of her background singers. Robyn said that Whitney got so upset that she ripped a page out of her bible. She explained, "She was really upset. And my bible I kept it over my bed She just grabbed it and ripped out the back page and she started tearing it up, ripping it into little pieces." Jada: "Did she ever explain why?"Robyn: "Whitney wasn't an explainer. She never explained things. She just went for it. .. .And I picked up the pieces and I put it in an envelope."

Jada revealed that she understands Robyn's relationship with Whitney because her relationship with Tupac was very similar. She explained, "That I understood, because of the complex relationship I've had with Pac in those moments of his, ‘Who's that?!,' knowing damn well there ain't nothing like that between us. Him feeling like, ‘You're the only stability I got, I can't afford for you to put that attention elsewhere.' For him, it was, we were an anchor for each other. Anytime he felt like that anchor was threatened, oh my God."

ADDITIONAL SOUND

Robyn on why Cissy Houston doesn't like her:

"Mrs. Houston knows I loved Whitney and Whitney loved me. But I always sensed a bitterness in her mom 'cause I thought her daughter is so aweseome that there was so much to be joyful. If anything, Whitney would listen to me and that would bother Mrs. Houston but I think the only reason Whitney listened to me was because I listened to her."

Robyn on Whitney coming back from her honeymoon with a cut on her face:

"I asked her. She said. ‘I threw a glass against the wall and it shattered and I got cut.' But the cut was from here to there, about three, four inches long. Flying glass doesn't do that. But I never pressed her. I was like you love this man and it's not right to stand by someone and then think ill of it. . . . That wasnt me. But the more I saw and heard and the messier it got. I thought she'd get tired of it. I mean, Whitney had a lot of pride and a strong will. But everytime I thought that would be it. It wasn't."

Robyn on Whitney's death:

"I never once bellieved that she would fall. Swimming is what she loved to do. I mean, girl could swim. She loved the water. And that's why passing in the water just is so crazy, like hard for me to wrap my heart and head around." Jada: "It made me sad when Whitney passed and you said she should have never been alone." Robyn: " . . .You got people working for you. where the hell are they?"

AUDIO: REDTABLETALK JADA PINKETT SMITH ON HER COMPLICATED RELATIONSHIP WITH TUPAC
AUDIO: REDTABLETALK ROBYN CRAWFORD ON WHITNEY'S DEATH
AUDIO: REDTABLETALK ROBYN ON HER FRIENDSHIP WITH WHITNEY HOUSTON
AUDIO: REDTABLETALK ROBYN ON MRS. HOUSTON NOT BEING FOND OF HER
AUDIO: REDTABLETALK ROBYN ON WHITNEY BEING JEALOUS
AUDIO: REDTABLETALK ROBYN ON WHITNEY COMING BACK FROM HER HONEYMOON WITH A CUT ON HER FACE