Singer Majeeed Speaks on How TG Omori Billed his Team 100Million Dollars

The Hefty Price Tag: Majeeed’s Unbelievable Encounter with TG Omori

Talented Nigerian artist who has recently grabbed the spotlight, Majeeed the singer and songwriter known for his hit track, ‘Gbese.’ who recently just released an EP “Cheers To Life” currently making waves; has encountered in an eyebrow-raising conversation pointed towards renowned music video director, TG Omori.

Majeeed recently took to social media to share a shocking revelation with his fans and followers. In a tweet that left many gasping for breath, he disclosed that TG Omori had quoted a jaw-dropping fee for directing one of his music videos – a staggering $100,000, equivalent to over 90 million naira!

The tweet read, “Just remembered that TG charged my team $100k to shoot a music video for me. 90 million naira 😂😂😂.”

When quizzed about whether his team had gone ahead and paid the hefty fee, Majeeed responded with a hint of humor and defiance, saying, “I for no even gree if them wan pay.” This cryptic response left people speculating about the circumstances surrounding this unprecedented financial demand.

The incident has sparked a broader conversation about the economics of the Nigerian music industry and the often astronomical costs associated with creating high-quality music videos. While it’s not uncommon for artists to invest significantly in their craft, TG Omori’s fee, in this case, stands out as a particularly eye-popping figure.

Some argue that the demand reflects TG Omori’s status as one of the most sought-after directors in the business. His work has consistently pushed the boundaries of creativity and storytelling in music videos, earning him a reputation as a visionary in his field. But the question remains: does such an exorbitant price tag make sense, even for an artist of Majeeed’s stature?

In an industry where dreams are transformed into reality, and where the pursuit of excellence knows no bounds, Majeeed’s encounter with TG Omori serves as a stark reminder that artistry and economics can sometimes share an unlikely dance floor, with a price tag that’s as high as the sky.

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