Notably pallid rocker Jack White is really over GuacamoleGate and wants everyone to stop talking about it. Just days before White was scheduled to perform at the school, the Oklahoma Daily — the University of Oklahoma's student paper — published his performance contract in full. The contract included his rider demands which included requests like "no bananas," and a now infamous and "extremely specific" recipe for extra-chunky guacamole. It was then reported that White's booking agency blacklisted the school from future shows.
According to the Huffington Post, White believes the matter is long over and is annoyed that media outlets are still covering the incident. So he decided to publish an open letter— as any musician brooding about avocados does — on his label's website. In the letter — which has a notable lack of capital letters and a mini rant about the First Amendment — he explains that the guacamole recipe is an "inside joke" between his tour manager and local promoters to see "who can make it best." He adds that he's "never even had it." White explains that he "can't even make kool aid let alone cook any real food" so the notion of him having recipes is ridiculous.
As for the lack of bananas? Turns out that someone on the tour has an allergy to the yellow fruit. In short, he just wants everyone to stop discussing his dietary demands let him go back to "making music." See the letter in full below: