Kanye West and Pusha T caught just about the entire social media community off-guard when they released the final cover art for the latter's latest album, Daytona.
After it was revealed that 'Ye coughed up a whopping $85,000 to obtain the license of a photo showing the late Whitney Houston's drug-filled bathroom counter for the project's cover, many questioned his sanity and his intentions. In fact, many even made the decision to cancel him for good, if they haven't already.
In addition to the public's outrage over the use of the personal photograph, which insensitively disrespects the legacy of the now passed music legend, Houston's family recently went on record to share their disgust over the decision.
Proving to be in majority agreement with her estate, Twitter came out in swarms to share their thoughts on the bold move, with several claiming the rapper would never dare use his late mother's demise or his wife's recent Paris robbery as a form of "artistic expression."
See how they all reacted, below:
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