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Kanye West mad at Annie Leibovitz

As if there weren't already enough trouble surrounding their over-publicized nuptials, Kanye West is sounding out at photographer Annie Leibovitz.

According to TMZ, the singer says Leibovitiz wrecked his honeymoon with Kim Kardashian because it took them four days to fix their famed floral wedding photo – with 2 million likes, is the current record holder on Instagram – because Leibovitz at the last minute decided not to shoot the picture.

West says she claimed she was “afraid of celebrity,” which is odd because she mostly photographs super famous folks.

Speaking at Cannes, West says the extra work it took to perfect the flowers' colors in the photo made Kim mad and tired.

There's been no comment from Leibovitz, who tweeted after she shot the couple for a talked-about Vogue cover in April.Annie LeibovitzFeaturesGossipKanye WestKim Kardashian

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