Jack White isn't impressed with the media's coverage of his leaked contract to perform at the University of Oklahoma, as well as his list of stipulations, known as a rider, as the 39-year-old has been criticised for "diva-ish" dressing room demands.

Jack White
White has targeted the media for reporting on his leaked rider

The talented musician has now released a very angry open letter targeting these reports, especially NPR for publishing an article about the request on his rider that demanded "one bowl of fresh homemade guacamole" with a guacamole recipe attached to it.

On Sunday (Feb 15th), the former White Stripes frontman uploaded the letter, titled "FOR GOD SAKES!" via his Third Man Record website to "journalists and other people looking for drama or a diva."

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"Even in the age of the short attention span internet article, it's still hard to believe you are STILL writing about this," he said about the NPR article. "Wow. Classy."

When addressing the guacamole recipe debacle, White revealed it is "[his] hilarious tour manager's inside joke with the local promoters. It's his recipe, not mine. It's just something to break up the boredom, seeing who can make it best. Though I wouldn't know because I've never had it. I can't even make kool aid let alone cook any real food enough to have a 'recipe.' Sorry, I don't have that talent."

Another demand that attracted a lot of attention was the strict "NO BANANAS ON THIS TOUR" rule, but the solo artist explained that one of his crew members may be allergic to the fruit. "Did it occur to anyone someone on the tour might have an allergy to them? No? Hmmm," he said. "One day some fantasy journalist out there will call someone in the biz and actually have a rider explained to them, maybe none of them have ever been on tour."

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However, instead of blasting University of Oklahoma's school newspaper for leaking the rider, White concludes by saying he hopes the students responsible have "learned their lesson about" about reporting the truth.

"Am I pi**ed at the students at Oklahoma University? Absolutely not. Am I disappointed in young journalists at their school paper? Absolutely. But I forgive them, they're young and have learned their lesson about truth and ethics hopefully. All they have to do is google this to know that it's not worth it," he said.