Kanye West's sad 'Brunchella' meal offering compared to Fyre Festival

Kanye West's latest Sunday Service event has been labelled the new Fyre Festival after a photo of a sad-looking brunch spread went viral. 

The rapper, also known as 'Ye', was performing his new album Jesus is King at Bethany Church, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and it was a free concert for fans to attend. 

However, there was a charge for what was dubbed 'Brunchella' - a breakfast plate available for fans to purchase for US$55 (NZD $85)

The meal, served on a styrofoam plate, prompted some to demand their money back. 

Kimberly Kinchen took to social media to share an image of what was on offer, and it's pretty grim. 

There are two strips of bacon, some pretty dry looking pancakes and an unidentified item, which might be a meat patty. 

"This is the wonderful & COLD brunch BUFFET we are being served," Kinchen wrote on Facebook.

It didn't take long for people to compare the meal to the infamous cheese sandwiches served at the failed Fyre Festival music event. 

The caterers have since responded with a statement: 

"Lauryn's Fine Catering has been contacted about the poor service and quality of food provided during the event as a paid vendor," it read. 

"The catering company acknowledges it did not provide adequate food for ONE attendee and a social media post went viral. 

"Any further inquiries or food complaints associated with the event can be directed to Lauryn's Fine Catering." 

This year's Diner en Blanc event in London also recently drew comparisons to Fyre Festival after it descended into muddy chaos.

Patrons were stuck in a tent with intermittent power and a disappointing 'hamper' spread.

The Edge.