Welcome to Heartbreak.
Or at least to an empty wallet, if you had been peckish at Kanye West’s “Donda” listening bash on Thursday night time at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
A image of the purported menu for the occasion went viral Friday for its eye-watering prices, like all-beef kosher hotdogs for $40 and $45 for cookies and brownies.
Other fare available: sweet and salty kettle corn for $35, rooster tenders for $50, and an assorted snack basket for $65.
By natural means, Twitter had a area day. Some end users defended the rapper, declaring that the prices were being for the suites at the stadium and for that reason reflected multiple objects other individuals just manufactured pleasurable of it.
Earlier this 7 days the “Closed on Sunday” rapper, 44, donated 5,000 tickets to various Atlanta-region HBCU’s including Morehouse Higher education and Spelman Higher education.
“Lol it make sense why “donated” them tickets now… he knew he was gonna make that cash again,” another Twitter user slyly famous.
It’s not the initially time West has been in scorching h2o around food stuff rates at his activities.
In 2019 he was roundly criticized for the foods offerings at a “Brunchella” reception just before a service he gave in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The function was cost-free, but the $55 charged for the paltry brunch drew howls from attendees and demands to have their money refunded.
Thursday’s extravaganza — attended by VIPs like West’s estranged spouse Kim Kardashian (and their four little ones), Shaquille O’Neal, CeeLo Green, and Huge Boi — was to celebrate the launch of his 10th studio album “Donda,” named just after his beloved mother Donda West, who died in 2007. The album was meant to be produced to the public Friday night but has nevertheless to materialize.
A rep for West did not reply for remark.