In La La Land, there are a lot of celebrities singing “money, money, money, money … money” and believe it or not, many of them are raking in the dough for doing absolutely nothing.
According to reports, Blac Chyna collected a cool $15k for a nightclub appearance in Los Angeles over the weekend, and while that might seem like a lot of money for doing nothing, it’s chump change compared to what other celebrities make for a club appearance.
Take for instance Chyna’s nemesis Kylie Jenner, who took home a cool $100,000 for appearing at her own birthday party at a Montreal nightclub.
Kylie’s big sister, Kim Kardashian commands an estimated $50,000 – $500,000 appearance fee while her sister Khloe can take home up to $150,000 for showing her face at a nightclub. Kourtney on the other hand commands a check of approximately $40k to appear at soirees.
Blac Chyna’s BFF Amber rose makes $25,000 – $40,000 to party and if you see Nicki Minaj hanging out in a nightclub, there’s a good chance someone handed her a duffle bag with a quarter million dollars in it. Drake at the same club? You’re gonna need to double that duffle bag.
If you want Drizzy’s frenemy Jay Z to hang out in your club and perform a few songs, you’d better dig deep into your wallets because it’s going to cost you an estimated $1.5 million. His wife, Beyonce, needs even more. The mother of three once did a private New Year’s Eve show and collected a $2 million check for her services.
And while you may find this hard to believe, people are still paying Vanilla Ice appearance fees. In fact, he pockets exactly what Chyna pocketed this weekend: $15k.
Bravo to Ice for still getting his money decades removed from relevancy.
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