The 44-year-old rapper just gave his fans a first-look at his living quarters inside Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and to say the space is tight is an understatement.
The Grammy winner has abandoned his $14 million Wyoming ranch -- instead, he has moved into the venue that he's called home for the past 5 days in an effort to finish his already-delayed album, Donda.
Revealing a plain room with all white walls, the rapper showed he's traded in his lavish lifestyle for a small 6 by 8 space.
A tiny twin-sized bed sits in the corner on the ground -- so, if his girlfriend Irina Shayk wants to stop by, she's SOL when it comes to bedtime.
The only things hanging on the walls include a flat-screen television and a digital clock -- something Kanye has covered up with a towel, because who needs time when you have an album to finish?
When it comes to his wardrobe, the rapper didn't bring many options.
The only attire that can be seen in his open closet is a red long-sleeved top and a pair of black pants.
While Kanye showed he's a minimalist, he definitely brought enough shoes to last him a week.
On Saturday, he roamed the stadium in the exact same attire that he wore during his listening party.
His clothing wasn't the only reason he turned heads.
Kanye and his team were reportedly booted from a set of seats that apparently didn't belong to them.
On Tuesday, Radar confirmed the rapper was still living in the stadium and was dedicated to staying there until his album is completed.
After failing to deliver the album as promised last week, Donda is now set to be released on August 6.
Following his album release, Kanye will most likely go back to his Wyoming ranch and his nice big bed.