Kanye West Reveals $8 Million Performance Fee

If you want Kanye West to perform on your show, you need to have $8 million.

Billionaire Yeezy mogul has revealed the seven-figure amount he demanded for a performance. The revelation came as a false response to an Instagram account claiming the reservation fee was $1 million.

Ye messaged his RapThoughtsDaily page and demanded a correction while reporting that he was actually demanding $8 million.

“Please change this. My performance fee is $8 million,” he wrote in his DM.

The account also claimed to know the performance fees of other hip-hop artists such as Drake ($500,000), Kid Cudi ($125,000), Tyler, creator ($150,000) and Young Thug ($1.5 million).

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You have receipts to back this up. The 45-year-old businessman reportedly walked away from an $8 million payday to make headlines with Coachella in April. The Weeknd and the Swedish House Mafia filled his place at the last minute and collected a similar check.

In other news related to Ye, he appointed Steven Smith to lead Donda’s new Industrial Design division. Smith has worked as a shoe designer for brands such as adidas, Reebok, Nike and Yeezy.

Ye also previewed the Donda Foam Vehicle and shared a glimpse into the future. The concept car is “conceptualized, designed, and built in the United States,” but it’s unclear if and when it will enter production.

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Kanye West Sends Warning to Australian Burger

Kanye West fan was forced to remove the restaurant menu and logo after the rapper’s lawyers threatened legal action.

According to allhiphop, in Melbourne there is a manager named Mark Elkhouri who owns a Kanye West inspired burger restaurant. He had a hard time with a warning letter from Ye’s lawyers. The Yeezy mural inside the store is painted over, while the teddy bear logo is covered by a sign.

College Dropout Burgers is named after Kanye West’s debut album. The store’s burgers, named after the rapper’s songs, now need to be renamed.

“It’s pretty hard being a Kanye West fan with this situation, we have to respect his wishes and move forward,” Elkhouri said. The store owner believed “he was a fan of us.”

He added, “I have to still support him.”

“Because let’s face it, not everyone is a Kanye West fan.”

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