Whitney Houston’s famous response to allegations of substance abuse went viral in 2002 and has since then become a pop-culture reference as a demand to substantiate a claim. While the notion of drug dealers issuing receipts is odd, the argument that public claims must be proven is indeed valid.

The famous response comes to mind with the latest news on the Swift-West feud wherein Kim Kardashian posted a Snapchat video proving Kayne West’s earlier claims that he did in fact receive Taylor Swift’s approval for his latest single, Famous.
For those who are not up to date with entertainment news, Taylor has spoken out against the song as a misogynistic attack on her success since the single’s release, and has continued to deny giving Kanye her approval – even after the video was made public.
The new evidence has shifted public opinion against Taylor Swift as many now view the matter as a self-driven publicity stunt.
Setting the record straight is important to any business. Here is how Imonggo can help.

Issuing receipts is a business standard. However, printed receipts are often damaged or misplaced, and are illegible over time. Electronic receipts offer customers a more lasting means to monitor their expenses.

Comprehensive sales data provides powerful business insights. However, monitoring receipts on a per customer basis can also help businesses better understand their valued customers’ purchasing behaviour.


Cloud-storage provides businesses with a cost-effective means to maintain their records, ensuring constant to growing sales and tax data whenever and wherever needed.

Download the Imonggo iPad app and let us help set your records straight.