Kanye West isn't happy with Annie Leibovitz.

She must be terrified.

West is upset because he says Leibovitz didn't show up to take his wedding-kiss photo with Kim Kardashian, so he had to spend four days of his honeymoon retouching the photo she didn't take.

Four days?

Right, four days. It's important. It's not every day Kim Kardashian gets married. I mean, she may not get married again for another two or three months.

As the world knows, the rapper and reality show star got married May 24 in Florence, Italy. Three days later, Kardashian shared an official photo of them kissing in front of a fancy floral wall, and the Instagram photos quickly gathered more than 2.28 million "likes" and 51,000 comments on Instagram -- records for the photo-sharing site, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Kanye said four days. The photo was shared after three days. I'm no mathematician, but ... I guess Kanye isn't either.

West said Tuesday at a creativity conference in France (Kanye ain't about math -- it's all about CREATIVITY) that Leibovitz backed out of their wedding on short notice, the New York Post reported. He also said he spent four days on his honeymoon working on the photo, to make it look proper.

The world thanks you, Kanye. We're all better because of your good work.

The image was actually shot by 22-year-old British photographer Conor McDonnell, according to the New York Daily News.

Here's where the story gets fun. West said Leibovitz -- who makes a handsome living taking pictures of celebrities, and shot the couple for the cover of Vogue's April issue -- backed out because she was "scared of the idea of celebrity."

Maybe she was just scared of the idea of having to spend so much time with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian.

"Let me tell you something about that kiss photo that my girl put up ... this was pissing my girl off during the honeymoon, she was exhausted because we worked on the photo so much because Annie Leibovitz pulled out right before the wedding," West said. "I think that she was, like, scared of the idea of celebrity."

It's always wonderful to see celebrities who have their priorities straight.

"Can you imagine telling someone who wants to just Instagram a photo, who's the No. 1 person on Instagram, 'We need to work on the color of the flower wall,' or the idea that it's a Givenchy (wedding) dress, and it's not about the name Givenchy, it's about the talent that is (its designer) Riccardo Tisci -- and how important Kim is to the Internet," he said. "And the fact the No. 1 most-liked photo (on Instagram) has a kind of aesthetic was a win for what the mission is, which is raising the palette."

The Internet has a palette?

Tony Hicks provides celebrity commentary for the Bay Area News Group. Contact him at Facebook.com/BayAreaNewsGroup.TonyHicks or Twitter.com/insertfoot.