The owner of the mansion where Chris Brown was lodged during his weekend of performance in Lagos, has revealed that the American R & B singer was reportedly paid a whopping $1m for his appearance with a 15-man crew in Nigeria.
Report says a significant part of that money was paid by Oando boss, Wale Tinubu, with telecommunications giant Etisalat, coming in as last minute sponsors of the gig which was held at the Expo Hall of the Eko Hotel & Suites in Lagos.
Apparently, the gigantic house in which Chris Brown was lodged during his visit reportedly belongs to Sayyu Dantata, the owner of MRS Petroleum.
The mansion is located on Banana Island Ikoyi. It definitely impressed Chris Brown, so much that he posted photos of it on Instagram with the caption; “This house I’m at in Nigeria is big as f**k!”