What? Did Kanye West complain about the train's toilet paper?
If the latest rumors about Kanye West are true, then for once we can relate. According to The Sun newspaper, the "Bound 2" rapper was very unimpressed by the scratchy toilet roll the Eurostar had to offer during his trip from Paris, France, to London, England, last week.
West was set to perform three shows at the Wireless music festival in London, England, and Birmingham, England, last week, and apparently he was surprised that even in a first-class carriage the amenities were less than desirable.
A source told The Sun newspaper via the Mirror, "Kanye is very particular about his toilet paper. He couldn't believe that in a first class carriage, they had scratchy loo roll. "
"He didn't make a fuss to Eurostar staff, but he was heard moaning to his inner circle. He didn't like the texture and requested a softer tissue."
However, it wasn't just the toilet roll that made the rapper's Eurostar train trip unpleasant because his journey was also apparently delayed for four hours following a technical fault.
And while we're used to reading headlines that West lost his cool, it seems this was not the case, and according to the Mirror, he used the time to take pictures with excited fans.
Things did not get any better as the Wireless music festival commenced though, and West was booed off the stage for his rants — which people are finally getting tired of hearing — about the color of his dressing room. Uh, what?!
Apparently, a source previously claimed, "Kanye will only ever have a white dressing room, and this is usually included in his rider," the publication reports.
However, it's believed there was black linen in the rapper's dressing room, and this caused him to react very badly.
"Over the next few hours, festival staff were dispersed all over town to buy new crisp, white linen to replace it all. It was chaotic, but nobody wanted to upset Kanye. Especially as he'd stepped in to replace Drake at the last minute. There was pure panic for a while, but luckily, some were sourced just in time."