Kanye West was in London last week and was later reportedly spotted in Scotland shooting a video for his song “Waves”.
According to Scottish newspaper ‘The Daily Record’ Ye and his team stayed at Skeabost House Hotel on Sunday night, booking half of the hotels rooms. A spokesperson for the hotel spilled the details on the Chris Brown-featuring tracks visual, saying, “In the morning Kanye got up, had breakfast and went off to do his filming before coming back at lunch time very tired before having a snooze and some tea.”
Amazing stuff. One of the hotel’s owners said, “Kanye was the perfect guest – charming, courteous and polite.” Sounds like they love Kanye.
The full statement says, “It was all very exciting. The reservation, which included one room for Kanye, then one for his stylist and others for the video team had been booked out a few days in advance. The staff at the hotel were told a high-profile celebrity was coming to stay but no-one knew exactly who until Kanye arrived and it was a total surprise. Kanye and his team are thought to have arrived by private jet into Inverness airport on Sunday and then drove to Skye where they checked in at the Skeabost House Hotel very late at night.”
“Kanye checked into his room which overlooked the sea and had some supper before having a snooze in his four-poster bed. The staff at the hotel said he wasn’t a very fussy eater, and even although the hotel is renowned for it’s good food, he was very easy to cater for. In the morning Kanye got up, had breakfast and went off to do his filming before coming back at lunch time very tired before having a snooze and some tea.
“Kanye then had an evening meal but he checked out about 5 p.m. and it is thought he headed back to Inverness. The staff at the hotel say he chatted to everyone. Photographs were banned. But they said he was just like one of the guys really. They did ask if Kim Kardashian West was part of his entourage, but they were told she was elsewhere. He was very busy and didn’t have a lot of time. He was definitely here to work.”