Trinidad and Tobago Government officials are in rumble after reports surfaced that they spent over $800,000 on the recent Nicki Minaj concert.
In October Dancehall HipHop told you that Nicki Minaj visited her homeland the twin islands republic for a mega concert called Localize It.
The concert, which was featured on her “My Time Now” MTV documentary, was part of the country’s “Localise It” fest a fashion show and live performances.
The Young Money emcee, who was born in Trinidad, was paid a large portion of the $825,000 amounts to $382,000, $60,000 of which was spent on hotel expenses.
Other expenses include $15,000 was spent for the concert’s advertising, $75,000 was spent or the venue, $60,000 was spent for the fashion show, $40,000 was spent for the local acts, $32,000 went to the Copyright Organization of Trinidad and Tobago and $26,000 was paid to cultural acts.
Diego Martin Central MP Dr Amery Browne has called for an audit into the show.
The organizer of the event, Sport and Youth Affairs Minister Anil Roberts has since spoken out against Brown and asked him to “focus on the facts and stop trying to play games.”
“The key issue is he had the contract with Nicki Minaj—a Trinbagonian superstar—the number one Trinbagonian out there worldwide. He had the paper.”
Peep Nicki Minaj performing in Trinidad for Localize It below
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