- Getting celebrities or artists to perform outside of their state or country is a big deal as it costs a lot of money, due diligence, and incentives
- Media personality Osi recently took to social media to reveal how much it would cost to bring American rapper, Post Malone to Nigeria
- Osi revealed that the rapper's agent asked for N400m, a private jet, an entire floor of a hotel, and other incentives
Bringing international artists or celebrities to perform in Nigeria is not a small feat as it usually involves millions of naira.
In a recent post on social media, media personality and radio host, Osi, decided to find out how much money would go into getting Grammy-nominated American rapper, Post Malone to come to Nigeria.
N400m and more
Osi disclosed that he reached out to Post Malone's agent and he was thrown back with the demands that must be met.
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According to the radio host, it would cost a whopping sum of N400m naira, a private jet, strict sound equipment, and an entire floor of a hotel for the Grammy-nominated artist to come to Nigeria.
"Called his booking agent, Post Malone to Nigeria na 700k. 400m, blood of Jesus."
See the post below:
"Baba no wan come!!!! Stupid country eh shock una?"
"Even the person may wan carry am come sef."
Post Malone gifts shoes to frontline workers
The pandemic has been hard for a lot of people, so some celebrities have decided to give back to the community. Rapper Post Malone was one of the celebrities who did a good deed for the greater good of the public.
The Rockstar hitmaker decided to gift 10,000 pairs of his crocs to frontline workers who are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in hospitals.
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The Grammy-nominated artist gifted his shoes to around 70 hospitals across the United States.
Musicians On Call was the organisation through which Post Malone donated the shoes. The non-profit organisation took to social media to share the news.