Whitney Houston's Nephew Gary Sides With Pusha T Over "Daytona" Cover

AllHipHop Staff

Whitney's nephew is defending Pusha T and Kanye West over the controversial artwork for "Daytona."

(AllHipHop News) Pusha T's new album Daytona is causing all kinds of problems.

Not only is Pusha involved in a feud with Drake over the track "Infrared," but Rhymefest and Kim Kardashian managed to get into a tit-for-tat over the weekend, in the aftermath of the "Duppy Freestyle" reply from Drake.

The family of Whitney Houston also trashed Pusha T and Daytona producer/G.O.O.D. Music boss, Kanye West over the cover artwork, featuring a licensed picture of the singer's bathroom after a drug binge.

Now, another one of Whitney Houston's family members has chimed in, and this time it's her nephew Gary, and he's backing Pusha T and Kanye.

“Not to be divisive, but I’m of a different mindset when it comes to situations like this," Gary Houston said in a statement to "Good Morning America."

"People will automatically look to people like Pusha T and Kanye West and try to place blame or say they have ill or malicious intent in order to gain publicity," Houston continued. "I get the correlation, sans my aunt but the photo itself. And I actually love the album.”

Gary Houston also blasted the family members as hypocrites for approving the images' use and then condemning Pusha T and Kanye.

“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," Gary Houston said.