Burna Boy Allegedly Demands One Hundred Million Naira Charge Fee from Rivers State for Homecoming Show

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It is no secret that when one attains a great height in their career, so many things change around them. For instance, for performers, their fees immediately get on a higher side, and they gradually only become available to the highest bidder. There is no difference in what we may be expecting from Burna Boy. With the Grammy's, his worth definitely has skyrocketed.

Sensational and award-winning Nigerian singer, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, is currently charging the Rivers state government a whooping one hundred-million-naira fee before he performs at a homecoming show said to hold later this month.

This information was disclosed by a Port-Harcourt-based A&R manager in his last post on his Twitter handle. According to the information penned down by the Twitter user @PH_prinx, Burna Boy charged the state government a mouth-dropping fee of about one hundred million naira, and this is alongside his demand for a private jet for his transportation. These terms were to be met before he would perform at the homecoming concert held in his honor. The concert is slated for 27th March 2021 at the EUI Event center. The tweet read,

“Burna Boy charging the Rivers state government a 100M appearance fee plus a private jet for his homecoming concert in port-Harcourt is very valid.”

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Is it right for Burna to charge the government 100M naira to perform in his own homecoming?

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