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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Forget his Shs 90 million pay, check out 8 demands superstar Chris Brown made before performing in Mombasa

The awaited and much-hyped Mombasa Rocks concert finally went down on Saturday, with American RnB singer Chris Brown taking the center stage to give an electrifying performance.
Details have now emerged of the alleged contract signed between Chris Breezy and the event promoters that surprised Kenyans.
The agreement made was seen by the Nation was prepared by a London-based agency between the artiste and Wale Wasee Limited — the Kenyan promoters.

Some of the conditions in the contract that had to be met before Brown could perform in Mombasa included:
1. Chris Brown would be paid a whopping Sh90 Million for performing at the Mombasa Golf club for 90 minutes.

According to the contract, by September 30, Brown had been paid Sh55 Million ($550,000), which included Sh20 Million “travel buyout” and Sh35 Million ($350,000) down payment. The balance of Sh35 Million ($350,000) was to be settled upon his arrival in Mombasa on Saturday morning.

2. First class sound and lights as well as backline (audio amplification equipment)

3. Catering and hospitality services

4. Ample security

5. Private local ground transportation for artiste and travel party for the entire duration he would be in the country.

6. Luxurious accommodation consisting of one presidential suite for the artiste, one junior suite for his management, and king singles for travel party, at an artiste approved 5-star hotel.

7. The hotel he was to be booked had to be located as close as possible to the concert or rehearsal venue.

8. All bookings and arrangements including media interviews were to be made in conjunction with and approval of the artiste’s tour manager.

However, Ms Thandi Ojeer of Wale Wasee LTD denied the allged colossal amount said to have been paid to Chris Brown saying: “No, I wish I had that kind of money”. The promoters further declined to provide the actual figure saying it was confidential.


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