Jack White's managers have branded members of the University of Oklahoma "unprofessional and very unwelcoming" for publishing the rocker's tour rider in a student newspaper.

The former White Stripes star performed at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma last week (ends08Feb15), and before the show, details of his backstage requests appeared in the OU Daily, a publication written by students.

The rider revealed White bans bananas at tour venues, demands homemade guacamole, and even includes a recipe to make sure the dip is to his liking.

White called out the student editors over the leak, which included the publication of his $80,000 (£50,000) fee for the show, when he took to the stage at the university, telling the crowd, "Just because you can type it on your computer doesn't make it right," and his managers later posted a statement on his website blasting the student journalists.

The statement reads, "The incidents with the OU Daily student newspaper reporting the financial terms of the show, the private tour rider information, along with unsolicited photographers from their staff were unfortunate, unprofessional, and very unwelcoming... Contrary to what some believe, Jack doesn't write the rider nor make demands about his favourite snacks that must be in his dressing room."

The student editors have since hit back at White and his team, insisting the rider and financial details were not leaked, but obtained legally using America's Freedom of Information Act.

A message posted on the newspaper's website reads, "His contract wasn't something we leaked. It is public information that any of you could request... It's not a hidden document, and it's not something we had to dig to get. It is available to the public... We reported the truth of what the university paid White and what White requested in his contract... No harm was done to White unless you count his ego."