Bobby Brown On Kanye West/Pusha T Using Whitney Houston Bathroom Photo “He Needs Somebody To Slap Him..I’m Just The Person To Do It”

Posted May 31, 2018

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Bobby Brown is not here for Pusha T or Kanye West for using that infamous photo of Whitney Houston’s bathroom (below) for the cover of Pusha’s new album,’Daytona.’

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the King of R&B gives his thoughts on the use of his ex wife’s photo taken in her personal space.

“That’s really disgusting that he would do that,” Brown added. “That’s in really bad taste. Something should happen to Kanye. He’s already crazy. I knew that when I first met him. Now he’s pushing the bar a little bit. He needs somebody to slap him up or something. And I’m just the person to do it.”

In a recent interview with Angie Martinez, Pusha-T said that the Daytona cover was originally going to be a different image. But West, who executive produced the album, made a late decision to change the artwork to the picture of Houston’s bathroom and shared the cover image on Twitter. West also agreed to cover the $85,000 licensing fee for the photo. Pusha-T recounted West telling him, “this is what people need to see to go along with that music.”

On Tuesday, the Houston estate issued a statement saying it was “extremely disappointed in Kanye’s choice” for the album artwork. “Even in Whitney’s death, we see that no one is exempt from the harsh realities of the world,” Houston’s estate added.

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