Bobby Brown blasts Kanye and Pusha T for using Whitney’s bathroom photo for album cover “really disgusting”

Bobby Brown
<> on January 8, 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts.


Bobby Brown was there during Whitney Houston’s darkest drug-induced moments, so when he learned that Pusha T was using his ex-wife’s messy drug-laden bathroom photo as cover art, he was repulsed.

In a Rolling Stone interview Brown said: “That’s really disgusting that he would do that. That’s in really bad taste,” reports the Daily Mail.

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Kanye West crossed a fine line, causing fury online after he posted Whitney Houston’s trashed bathroom, crammed and covered with drugs, as artwork on Pusha T’s record DAYTONA.The stunt caused fans to pellet Pusha T’s Instagram with angry comments, slamming him and West for the tasteless act of posting Houston’s messy drug-infested countertop on a record cover.

It was “really disgusting” Brown said after being told West spent $85,000 for the photo. He said he had not seen the pic at the time but asked:

“Why would he post that on his album cover?”

Brown said that West is “crazy” and that “something should happen.”

“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,” said Brown.

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Although Pusha T said he’s getting push back from the picture, he didn’t want to use it, according to the Daily Mail. It was West’s idea.

He said when West told him about the photo and the price, he protested.

“’Now this other artwork is 85 grand,” West said.

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Pusha responded: “I said, ‘Hey, I don’t want to pay for that. And I wasn’t even going to ask you to pay for that. We picked what we picked. It’s here, it’s ready,” he explained about artwork he already had ready to go.

West replied: “No, this what people need to see to go with this music. I’ma pay for that,” Pusha said.

“Ummm, it’s a picture,” Pusha explained.

“It’s a picture. … It’s just a picture that to license it worldwide is 85 grand. I’m not really too, too, too entrenched in the art world like that. I’m just going to let him do that thing. And he’s paying for it.”