Rick Ross Reacts As A Cubana Chief Priest Rains Money On Him During A Performance In Lagos

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Rick Ross, an American rapper, was exposed to a taste of Lagos nightlife while performing at an Easter event.

As he rapped his music on stage, Cubana Chiefpriest, a prominent Nigerian socialite, made it rain cash on the singer.

Rick Ross retaliated by spraying money back, leaving the Nigerians at the performance scrambling for cash.

The music superstar performed in an Easter celebration event in the Eko Hotel on the night of April 14, 2022.

Rick Ross entered the stage at the event, and while performing one of his hit songs, Blowing Money Fast, Nigerian socialite Cubana Chiefpriest showered the American rapper with cash.

Several crisp naira notes flew through the air as Chiefpriest continued to dispense them while Rozay performed.

After a while, Rick Ross replied to the gesture by pulling out bundles of cash from his pockets and throwing it into the crowd in all directions.

Excitement erupted following Chiefpriest and Rick Ross’ displays of riches at the event, and several attendees were observed trying to take up as many currency notes as possible.

This produced a minor commotion among the crowd, especially after it appeared like a small brawl had broken out over the money.

There is no money picking without a dispute or a brawl, and here shows the outcome of an eventful night. 

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