February 02, 2024
Streamer Adin Ross recently shared surprising details during a live stream about a potential collaboration with Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny. The revelation included the disclosure that a mutual contact informed him of Bad Bunny's substantial demand, a staggering $9 million for a collaboration and streaming session.
ADIN ROSS REVEALS BAD BUNNY NEEDS AT LEAST $9M TO GET ON HIS STREAM— WhatsOnRap (@WhatsOnRap_) January 31, 2024
"I'll throw him like $100k... they laughed" pic.twitter.com/I0HmDGamfk
This eye-catching fee left the streaming community astounded, as such amounts are typically associated with major live shows, not a virtual stream conducted online. Adin Ross, known for collaborating with high-profile figures and musicians, has recently teamed up with renowned artists like Chris Brown during his live streams.
In a recent stream on January 29, Adin Ross expressed his interest in the possibility of collaborating with Bad Bunny. During the broadcast, he shared an amusing anecdote about inquiring with a mutual contact:
"I wanna tell y'all something, don't laugh. Somebody, like a mutual of some sh*t, I'm not gonna say who 'cause I'm not putting up their names online, I just said out of shts and giggles, 'Can I get Bad Bunny on stream?' and they straight up said, 'How much?'"
Adin Ross initially estimated a more modest figure of $50K to $100K for the collaboration. He humorously recounted:
"I was like, 'Yo, say him I'll throw him like, a $100K or some sht, or like, $50K or some sht.' They laughed and said 'We need at least $9 million.' Wait chat, that was funny?"
This unexpected revelation adds a unique twist to the dynamics of virtual collaborations in the streaming world, shedding light on the evolving landscape of digital partnerships within the entertainment industry.
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