It’s no secret that rappers like to put a hefty price tag on features or concert appearances. Some rappers have done more than enough to charge a crazy price like delivering impressive features. There are also others who have so much confidence in themselves and their music that they really think they’re worth the price they’re asking.
On Wednesday (May 6), Baton Rouge rapper Fredo Bang took to his Instagram Story to announce the price he’s charging concert promoters that want him to attend their shows or venues.
According to Fredo, there were concert promoters he felt were lowballing him. The “Top” rapper took it upon himself to clarify his stance on the low offers he’s been receiving in his hometown.
“This is a public service announcement because I think some people missed my post,” he said in the clip. “I’m not doing a show in BR unless you give me a hunnid. I need at least a hunnid. Not $40K, not $60K. I need a hunnid! So if your bag ain’t big enough, I’m not picking up. I don’t give a fuck who you call, you can call my muthafucking mama, she can’t change my mind.”
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Akademiks shared the video to his page asking if Fredo was worth the high amount and almost everyone that posted a comment said no. Regardless of how people feel, their opinions won’t shake Fredo Bang as he’s acquiring a buzz off his collaborative effort with Lil Durk on “Top (Remix).”
Fredo Bang is looking to join the ranks of his peers who’ve placed a $100K tag on their services. Last year, Lil Baby took to Twitter to say he’s only hopping on a song for $100K while YK Osiris did the same thing in November.