Chris Brown is currently in the midst of his One Of Them One’s Tour with Lil Baby and is reportedly charging a hefty price for meet and greet photos, with some Breezy fans alleging they paid $1,000 to snap a pic with the R&B singer.
A few of the photos have since gone viral, with many people weighing in to debate whether the alleged price tag is worth it. “They selling Chris Brown meet & greet passes for $1,000.. y’all think it’s worth it?” one Twitter user wrote, captioning a selection of pictures showing the singer with his fans.
They selling Chris Brown meet & greet passes for $1,000.. yall think it’s worth it? pic.twitter.com/JwNgCwW7EQ
— DJ Kam Bennett (@KameronBennett) July 20, 2022
While fans were ultimately divided on the topic, BLEU chimed in to say that he thought Breezy’s charge was actually pretty fair.
“1000$ for a life long memory/moment ain’t bad,” BLEU tweeted out. “Y’all ain’t gone have no memories when y’all get old only thing y’all gone remember is paying bills.”
1000$ for a life long memory/moment ain’t bad . Y’all ain’t gone have no memories when y’all get old only thing y’all gone remember is paying bills 😂 https://t.co/nf7RP9ZpCp
— BLEU (@_YungBleu) July 21, 2022
Lil Baby and Chris Brown’s One Of Them One’s Tour is set to take land in New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Friday (July 22) before heading out to Boston, Detroit and a dozen other cities. It wraps in Las Vegas on August 27.
Prior to the duo’s first show on July 15, Chris Brown admitted in an interview with Big Boy that he was actually nervous to get back on the road.
“Man, that’s gonna be fun,” he said. “I still get nervous. I’m anxious about it, I have sleepless nights. I’m thinking of ideas. Because it’s the excitement, it’s adrenaline, it’s like a give and take. If you don’t understand that… you know energy, you can feel energy.
“Like, when I get in work mode or thinking about it, I’m also just putting it in my mind, ‘How are the fans gonna perceive this?’ And say you know what, ‘I didn’t waste my money coming to this muthafucka. I actually had a good time,’ you know what I’m saying?”
He added: “So there’s a lot that goes into that. I just don’t plot it out and say, ‘Look, we have to do this.’ But it’s something internally that I work on.”
Chris Brown is also in the midst of promoting his 10th studio album Breezy, which dropped on June 24 and featured appearances from Lil Wayne, Lil Baby, Jack Harlow, Lil Durk, Anderson .Paak, Fivio Foreign, H.E.R., Ella Mai and others.
Despite the project debuting relatively low at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 – a placement that Chris Brown was disappointed about – the singer’s latest still helped him surpass Elvis Presley on the all-time Billboard Hot 100 hits list. He also broke The Weeknd’s record for most entries on the Hot R&B Songs chart.