Raffles van Exel thought he could start with a clean slate after laying low for several weeks. But no. Lying his way through an interview with Britain’s the Sunday Mirror he frustrated many fans of Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson.
He was never going away quietly, so it comes as no surprise that Raffles van Exel popped up again last night. He once more took to his Facebook to tell his … erm … fans(?) the following:
Raffles van Exel has lawyered up and wants to clear his name. He denies he is or ever has been a dealer, took the picture or did anything else remotely bad (yeah, right…)
Ooh!! Look who’s back on the internet!! Lying Dutchman Raffles van Exel made his first statement today, after being hidden away for months. Raffles took to his Facebook to post this short message:
After our articles on Matt Fiddes and his ten year long smear campaign on Michael Jackson we got contacted by many fans furious with Fiddes. One of them, Bo Green told us: “MJ’s spiritual advisor Rabbi Shmuley Boteach has just debunked Fiddes’ anti-Semitic claim”.
Yolanda Foster-Hadid, wife of famed composer and producer David Foster who worked on Whitney Houston’s most famous songs, has spoken about Whitney’s death. Talking on Dutch TV she spoke about Whitney’s death and confirmed it was Raffles van Exel who took the pictures of Houston in her coffin.
Last year when Rihanna landed in the Netherlands during her world tour a young man we now all know made sure she got everything her heart desired. Rafles van Exel asked friends that helped him get his packages to Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, to bring Rihanna to the best places for some Hollan’s more […]