The Whitney Houston Estate is reportedly reeling from Kanye West’s choice to use a photo of the late music icon’s drug-laden bathroom for the cover of Pusha T’s DAYTONA album.

In a statement obtained by Entertainment Tonight, the estate says it’s “extremely disappointed in Kanye’s choice. Even in Whitney’s death, we see that no one is exempt from the harsh realities of the world.”

Following the album’s May 25 release, Houston’s cousin Damon Elliott told People Magazine he was “disgusted,” while Houston’s nephew Gary Michael Houston defended West’s choice.

“The person who violated the trust of my aunt by taking the photo and selling it to tabloids for their own personal and/or financial gain is more of a travesty to me,” Gary Michael told Good Morning America. “People should research that — because whoever exposed it are the people who violated her trust, mistreated her, and who should ultimately be held accountable for contributing to circumstances surrounding her demise.”

West spent $85,000 to obtain the controversial photo, which was reportedly taken by a family member in 2006 when the legendary singer was in the depths of her drug addiction.

Whitney Houston died on February 11, 2012 in Beverly Hills.

See cover art below:

I finally got my album art… #DAYTONA 5/25

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